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A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Added metal

A steel-framed solution has ticked all of the boxes for the Metalworks residential scheme in Slough. Second only to London as a UK location for global …

Shaping the steel sector

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies continues to help designers create elaborate landmark structures. Curved …

News in Brief: July/August 2018

Underlying pre-tax profit at steelwork contractor Severfield rose 19% to £23.5M for the 12 months ending 31 March 2018, keeping the Group on track to deliver …

An introduction to section bending

Bending steel sections to help create stunning architectural designs not only allows steelwork to show its flexibility in construction, the process is also …

Commendation: The Curve, Slough

A new multi-purpose community venue forms a central element of the larger heart of Slough regeneration project. The three-level Curve building is 89.7m long, …

Steel checks in for town centre redevelopment

The steel-framed Porter Building is one of the most prominent schemes in the wide-ranging redevelopment of Slough town centre. Martin Cooper reports. With the …

Slough’s iconic Curve opens to the public

Forming an important part of Slough’s town centre regeneration, the long-awaited £22M Curve learning centre has opened to the public. Councillor Phillip …

Steel is ready for BIM

The steel construction sector is ahead of the game as far as implementing the use of Level 2 BIM before next year’s Government deadline. Nick Barrett …

Steel lends itself to curving library

The centrepiece of Slough’s town centre regeneration scheme is a highly architectural and uniquely shaped steel-framed library and cultural centre. More than …

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