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Topping out a record breaker

Steelwork erection for the Shard’s uppermost levels, known as the Spire, has been completed. NSC reports from western Europe’s tallest building, a project …

SSDA 2011 – The St Botolph Building, London

A large modern commercial building in the City of London has utilised steelwork’s flexibility and long span qualities to achieve its uninterrupted floor …

SSDA 2011 – ExCeL Phase 2, Royal Victoria Dock, London

The use of steelwork was paramount for the construction of Phase 2 at London’s ExCeL, where a series of new column free spaces, which can be subdivided as …

Hybrid design for prime location

Occupying a prestigious central London site, Park House will accommodate retail, offices and residential apartments, a combination of uses that required …

The Olympic Park

Steel’s inherent sustainability and flexibility has come to the fore on the Olympic Park’s Handball Arena. Already completed, the venue – which …

Westfield Stratford City completes construction

Known as the gateway to the London 2012 Olympic Park, the £1.45bn Westfield Stratford City retail, leisure and business destination has officially celebrated …

Record breaker reaches skyward

The construction of the Shard, Europe’s tallest, and first major mixed-use building has been dominating the London skyline for some months. Martin Cooper …

A new tower of London

With a structural height of 202m Heron Tower, which recently topped out, is already dominating the City of London’s skyline. Martin Cooper reports from the …

Westfield’s Olympic gateway

Located next to London’s Olympic Park, Europe’s largest urban shopping centre is rapidly taking shape. Martin Cooper reports from a project which will act …

Iconic steel framed building to transform prime London site

The largest development on London’s Oxford Street for 40 years is progressing on schedule with the steel frame (as of mid April) approximately 70% complete. …

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