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Steel provides office flexibility

A mixed-use hub within the nearly-complete King’s Cross development, has used a steel-framed solution for its commercial office

Toffees stadium quickly taking shape

One of the Premier League’s oldest stadiums is set to be vacated as Everton Football Club’s (the Toffees) new ground is quickly rising up on the banks of …

AWARD: Lord’s Cricket Ground, Compton & Edrich Stands Redevelopment

Structural steelwork has played an integral role in the redevelopment masterplan of the spiritual home of cricket with the delivery of two new three-tier

COMMENDATION: Assembly Bristol, Building A

A landmark 24,000m2 office building is the first of three structures that will make up Bristol city centre’s Assembly campus FACT FILEArchitect: Allford Hall …

COMMENDATION: Britannia Leisure Centre, Hackney

Occupying a confined plot, a stacked structural design has allowed a leisure centre to accommodate all of its required facilities without impeding on the …

COMMENDATION: One Braham, London

Featuring large amounts of exposed internal steelwork, a prestigious bespoke commercial development forms part of a wider Aldgate masterplan. FACT …

COMMENDATION: One Crown Place, London

Forming the centrepiece of a central London mixed-use development, two residential towers are supported by 15 steel trusses. FACT FILEArchitect:KPFStructural …

SSDA 2022 National Finalists

22 Bishopsgate, London FACT FILEArchitect: PLP ArchitectureStructural engineer: WSPSteelwork contractor: SeverfieldMain contractor: MultiplexClient: Lipton …

Portal frames for logistics expansion

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a number of redevelopment and logistics projects in Stoke, including a four-span warehouse for the National …

Steel projects star at Tekla Awards

Software provider Trimble has announced the winners of its Tekla Awards 2022, which are open to users of Trimble’s Tekla Structures and Tekla Structural …

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