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Logistics hub planned for former steelworks site

Family-owned Russell Group is seeking permission to build a railhead logistics hub at Ravenscraig, central Scotland’s former steelworks site. The proposed …

News in Brief: January 2021

Ambitious plans to deliver a high-level pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Wear in Sunderland are expected to get the go-ahead. Featuring creative …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Steel frames a yarn

An irregular-shaped building with a folding origami-style roof is being built to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland. Martin Cooper reports on a project which …

News in Brief: January 2020

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has appointed McLaren to build a warehouse and logistics facility on the site of a former WWII aircraft hangar at Manchester …

Frame keeps project in good health

A steel-framed solution has provided a new health centre with a future-proofed flexible design and the desired clear spans. Martin Cooper reports from …

Erskine Bridge

There has been a ferry across the River Clyde between Erskine and Old Kilpatrick for centuries but the density of traffic has increased so much that one is now …

Barrett Steel has Scottish expansion plans

Using its Montrose base as a launch pad, steel stockholder Barrett Steel says it has ambitious Scotland-wide expansion plans. Barrett Steel views its Montrose …

Steel creates stand-out campus

Overlooking a Scottish Borders town, an architecturally-impressive school campus has been constructed with a steel framing solution. Three existing schools in …

Multi-million pound distillery has steel columns

The £140M Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre in Speyside has been opened as part of Edrington Group’s £500M investment in the brand, which is …

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