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During a challenging period, Barrett Steel, the UK’s largest steel stockholder, has continued to invest in supporting the steel construction

Commercial scheme kicks off at former steelworks site

Dubbed the SevenFourEighty Ravenscraig scheme, a £4.5M commercial project, which aims to attract high-profile businesses, is underway at the former steelworks …

Steel frame repackaged

A steel-framed distribution centre in Livingston is being extended and converted into a new manufacturing facility for Spanish-based SAICA

Planning consent granted for East Kilbride industrial warehouse

Knight Property Group has been granted planning consent by South Lanarkshire Council for further development at Langlands Commercial Park in East Kilbride. …

Portal-framed industrial units

Edinburgh’s industrial property sector is due to receive a boost when phase one of Northern Trust’s development in Newbridge completes this

News in Brief: April 2021

BAM Construction has been appointed to deliver a leisure centre, promenade and associated works by Folkestone & Hythe District Council. Construction will …

News in Brief: March 2021

Kloeckner Metals UK | Westok have been awarded BCSA Sustainability Charter Gold Standard status on the back of their BES 6001 certification. The objective of …

News in Brief February 2021

Scotland-based steelwork contractor AJ Engineering & Construction Services is expanding its premises in a £2.5M investment over the next three years, …

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 …

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