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Ton up for car park specialist

Steel construction has been completed, in quick time, on a car park in Hatfield, a project which also represents a significant landmark for contractor Bourne …

One hundred and out

The second of two commercial buildings sat on a former railway station podium in Salford is quickly taking shape. Martin Cooper reports. The 100 Embankment …

Improved parking

Two steel-framed car parks in Sussex are forming integral elements of large developments that will reshape a town centre and a university campus. The West …

Merit: 101 The Embankment, Salford

Although the original buildings and platforms are long gone, the Grade II listed sandstone façade and viaduct that once supported the long-gone Exchange …

Council project spurs regeneration

A steel-framed solution, offering a cost-efficient and quick construction programme, was the answer for a new council HQ and car park in Colwyn Bay. Martin …

Car parking capacity set to increase at Port of Southampton

Port owner Associated British Ports (ABP) is looking for a project team to build another car storage facility at the Port of Southampton. The facility will be …

Lincoln transport hub takes shape

Creating a new passenger gateway for the city of Lincoln, a new transport hub is under construction adjacent to the main railway station. Providing a …

Floodplain development

A new commercial block close to the River Thames has been redesigned as a steel structure that will sit above any potential flood waters. Located at Egham in …

Offices armed with steel design

A renowned high-tech multinational company is expanding its Cambridge headquarters with the construction of a new office facility. Currently under construction …

Marks & Spencer goes for galvanized car park

Worksop Galvanizing (part of Wedge Group Galvanizing), working on behalf of steelwork contractor James Killelea, has completed a job to galvanize 620t of …

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