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Flexibility spans the frame

FACT FILESandwell Aquatics CentreMain client: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough CouncilArchitect: Roberts Limbrick ArchitectsMain contractor: Wates …

Colour stainless steel introduced to UK market

Kloeckner Metals UK has introduced coloured stainless steel, a solution that it said is not only durable and reliable but a true demonstration of high-end …

Historic link restored

For the first time in more than 500 years, the two halves of Tintagel Castle have been reconnected after the installation of a new steel footbridge. Perched on …

New Steel Construction Technical Digest now available online

New Steel Construction’s (NSC) third Technical Digest, which brings together a year’s worth of technical guidance, is now available for download at: …

Commendation: Somers Town Bridge, London

Crossing the Regents Canal in London, Somers Town Bridge meets the structural demands with the very minimum of materials. Designed for cyclists and pedestrians …

SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fifth and final article, NSC looks back at …

A nod to an engineer

Exposed steelwork is the order of the day for a new eye-catching commercial development in west London. Martin Cooper reports. Overlooking the Grand Union …

Stainless steel in construction

Stainless steels may appear to be more suitable for teaspoons and kitchen sinks than for structural elements, but they can be used for support and other …

Award: Harlech Castle Footbridge

Designed as an S-shaped Vierendeel truss, a new footbridge links Harlech Castle with a new visitor centre and dramatically improves visitor access. Harlech …

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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