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School parades redevelopment

A primary school is one of the first assets to be constructed at Mindenhurst, a new community taking shape on former military land in Surrey. Home to an Army …

Steelwork performs complex circus act

A central London mixed-use development that contains an urban gallery and a basement auditorium is being constructed around a number of site constraints …

Tin Pan Alley redevelopment taking shape

A mixed-use development that combines retail, leisure and entertainment spaces, commercial offices and residential accommodation across four new buildings and …

West End addition

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is an eight-storey steel-framed office block which will help to further enhance the area’s …

Commercial addition for St James’s redevelopment

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is the eight-storey steel-framed Duke’s Court office block which will help to further …

News in Brief: June 2018

Specialist metal decking contractor, Composite Profiles has won the national award for Best Company Culture at the Business Excellence Forum & Awards held …

Prestigious accolade for steel-framed City tower

The Monument Building has won the best large commercial building of the year 2016 category in the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) London regional …

The City’s dramatic addition

Eventually reaching a height of 190m, 52 Lime Street is the City of London’s latest standout commercial development. Martin Cooper reports. Featuring a …

London’s Scalpel building takes shape

Eventually reaching a height of 190m, 52 Lime Street – otherwise known as the Scalpel – is rapidly taking shape in the City of London. Joining a …

Commendation: 6 Bevis Marks Roof Garden, London

Tubular steelwork supporting an ETFE canopy has created a striking covered roof garden atop a prestigious City of London commercial office block. The roof …

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