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Grade A office development on the mark

Steel construction is due to be completed in May at 70 Mark Lane, a 16-storey commercial development in the City of London. Offering 15,700m² of Grade A …

Retail is just the ticket for station upgrade

A number of unique challenges are being successfully overcome as a steel framed department store is built beside and over the UK’s busiest rail interchange. …

Roofs depart and arrive at Manchester Victoria station

A £44M revamp of Manchester Victoria has kicked off with the dismantling of the station’s wrought iron roof structure. In order to bring the station up to …

Tate Modern expands with steel extension

More than 5,500m² of exhibition and display space will be added to London’s Tate Modern when its 10-storey high steel framed extension is completed. Being …

All change at New Street Station

Major changes are taking place at Birmingham New Street, the UK’s busiest station outside of London. A major redevelopment of the station is underway, work …

Steel exchange

Large open plan floorplates and a sloping terraced façade are just two feature elements adorning the City of London’s latest Grade A office development. …

News in Brief: July/August 2013

The BCSA has announced that CE Marking capability is now a condition of membership for associate members, as from 1 July 2013. The requirement applies to …

City icon showcases steel

With its unique shape and complex steel design, the Leadenhall Building is set to become a City of London landmark, reports Martin Cooper. When it comes to …

Historic design incorporated

A new commercial development on central London’s Holborn Viaduct includes a rebuilt Victorian gatehouse helping to restore the historic overpass.  Martin …

News in Brief: March 2013

The SCI has produced a guide to the design and installation of light gauge steel external wall systems. It highlights to clients and specifiers performance and …

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