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Plans submitted for City of London’s tallest tower

The City of London’s skyline could be radically altered yet again as plans for a 309.6m-tall tower have been submitted for planning approval. The new tower …

A rational design approach to fire safety

Structural Fire Engineering, a rational and scientific approach to ensuring the safety of buildings, is increasingly popular, as delegates to a series of …

Engineered for fire safety

The UK construction industry leads the way in fire engineering as many of the nation’s tallest steel framed buildings demonstrate, writes John Dowling, BCSA …

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 …

February 2012 – Steel creates its own legacy

The steel construction sector has always been able to boast about the high level of successful investment it makes in productivity and sustainability enhancing …

Europe’s tallest building nears summit

The final steel elements for the Shard, the European Union’s tallest building, will be erected this month. Topping out at a final height of 310m, London’s …

Around the Press: February 2012

RIBA Journal December 2011 100 Years Ago – The possibilities of steel A very interesting lecture was delivered by Sir William Richmond at the Armstrong …

Around the Press – July/August 2011

Construction News 19 May 2011 Dramatic challenges on new BBC studios “Since the BBC decided on this site we have worked closely with its programme-makers to …

Around the Press – May 2011

The Structural Engineer 5 April 2011 Shard’s steel composite design breaks records in speed and height “Completing the initial and the largest part of the …

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 …

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