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Commercial reinvention

One of the first buildings to be built on the Canary Wharf financial estate in east London is being innovatively reconfigured and enlarged to be a Grade-A …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

London commercial block reinvented with steel

Originally opened in 1997, the concrete-framed 1 Triton Square in central London is being refurbished and enlarged with three new upper levels and additional …

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra …

Merit: Wellcome Collection Dynamic Stair, London

A key feature of the Wellcome Collection’s development project, the Dynamic Stair is a free-flowing form, travelling from floor-to-floor without any visually …

Merit: Market Place Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Bolton

An historic shopping centre has undergone a major transformation with the addition of a cinema complex along with the internal re-structuring of the central …

Retail conversion

Installing new steel-framed floorplates into a refurbished 1960s shopping centre is helping to create a contemporary retail and dining quarter. Surrey’s …

Award: Thames Tower Redevelopment, Reading

A 1970s office block has been given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra steel-framed floors above level 11. The project’s original …

Tower tops out with steel

A 1970s concrete office block is being given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra levels, all with the aid of steel construction. …

Strengthening existing steelwork

Dorota Koschmidder-Hatch of SCI describes the general principles of strengthening existing steel sections. Strengthening implies the addition of structural …

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