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SSDA 2012: Other finalists

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SSDA Commendation: NEO Bankside, London

NEO Bankside is the first major residential scheme in the UK to feature an external steel bracing system. Representing a considerable engineering challenge, …

SSDA Commendation: Borough High Street Bridge, London

Substantial additional rail capacity is accommodated on the Borough High Street Bridge, a structure that had to be pre-assembled and then launched over a busy …

SSDA Commendation: McLaren Production Centre, Woking

An automotive production building for McLaren had to be constructed within an extremely tight programme while adhering to some very stringent planning …

SSDA Commendation: West Burton Power Station

Designed, fabricated and erected quickly, the West Burton Power Station is one of the first major projects to conform to the Eurocodes. To meet increased …

SSDA Award: London 2012 Velodrome, Olympic Park, London

The Velodrome is an iconic world class sporting venue, which will endure in its community legacy use in the VeloPark. The 6,000 seat London 2012 Velodrome will …

Topping out marks milestone for London Bridge Quarter

The London Bridge Quarter (LBQ) development, a project that includes the iconic Shard, has celebrated another significant milestone with the topping out of the …

Around the Press: April 2012

Construction News 8 March 2012 Mixed scheme sets logistical puzzles With typical spans of 15m through the office space, the Severfield-Rowen team that took the …

Around the Press – November/December 2011

Building Magazine 21 October 2011 Interview The grass may look greener abroad, but Haughey (Tom Haughey, Chief Executive of Severfield-Rowen) stresses that the …

Steelwork contractor achieves BREEAM accreditation

Severfield-Rowen has become the first steelwork contractor to achieve BES 6001 for BREEAM accreditation. Forming part of the Company’s overall ‘Steel …

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