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Steel design stacks up

Structural steelwork has provided the required efficient design and column-free spaces for a new leisure centre and an academy in east London. Martin Cooper …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

Big girders installed for Facebook offices

A series of 20m-long fabricated girders, which are all 2.9m deep and 1.1m-wide, have been installed to create the roof of a 600-seat theatre in London’s …

Community bridge

Steelwork has been completed on the Springhead Bridge, which will form an integral part of the Ebbsfleet Garden City development Nearly 4,000 residents are …

Winvic set to expand East Midlands Gateway

SEGRO has appointed Winvic Construction to build the fifth industrial unit at its flagship, 700-acre multi-modal logistics hub in the East Midlands. The …

Severfield hosts first safety awards event

Held at The Grand Hotel and Spa in York, Severfield hosted its first-ever safety awards, which celebrated the highest standards of health, safety and …

National Finalists – SSDA 2019

Project Mint at The O2 FACT FILE Architect: CallisonRTKL Structural engineer: BuroHappold Engineering Steelwork contractor: Bourne Steel Ltd Main contractor: …

Work starts on Lord’s cricket ground redevelopment

The £52M redevelopment at Lord’s cricket ground has officially started as main contractor ISG and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have broken ground to …

City benchmark

Open-plan floorplates, a spiralling atrium and landscaped terraces are just some of the features of 80 Fenchurch Street, one of the City’s latest commercial …

Steel projects feature on Structural Awards 2019 shortlist

Six UK steel-framed projects, involving British Constructional Steelwork Association [BCSA] members, have made it onto the Institution of Structural Engineers …

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