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News in Brief: January 2020

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has appointed McLaren to build a warehouse and logistics facility on the site of a former WWII aircraft hangar at Manchester …

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 …

News in Brief: September 2019

Manchester Galvanizing [part of the Wedge Group] has more than doubled its works footprint at Heywood, near Rochdale, following a £1M expansion project. A …

British Steel in Bahrain

by D. K. Doran, BSc(Eng), DIC, MICE,  Manager, Structural Design Department, George Wimpey & Co. Ltd The foundation stone for Isa new town was laid in …

Nottingham Forest kicks off expansion plans

Championship football club Nottingham Forest has confirmed that, after extensive negotiations with the City Council, its stadium will undergo a wholesale …

Plans revealed for joint rugby and football stadium in Workington

Ambitious plans for a new community stadium and sports development in Workington have been released by Allerdale Borough Council. The planned 8,000-capacity …

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 …

Steel crosses the try line

One of the UK’s most iconic sporting venues, and the only one with a back-to-back grandstand, is being redeveloped with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

Sport in the frame

York’s Community Stadium will host football and rugby league, as well as providing an array of leisure facilities and a 13-screen cinema. Martin Cooper …

Stands up for Headingley rugby ground

A new 7,721-capacity south stand at Headingley rugby league ground, home of Leeds Rhinos, is nearing completion. The steel-framed structure will have 2,233 …

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