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Carbon neutral scheme revealed for Birmingham

Developer Woodbourne Group has unveiled plans for Birmingham’s tallest building, which will form part of the wider Curzon Wharf carbon-neutral …

Education Buildings supplement available now

The Steel Construction – Education Buildings supplement, produced by Steel for Life and the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA), is …

History lesson

The need to preserve and exhibit Roman remains has dictated the design and configuration of a steel transfer structure that supports a new student …

Steel completes at Sheffield’s New Era development

Working on behalf of main contractor Bowmer + Kirkland, Shipley Structures has completed the steelwork erection for the two buildings that constitute phase two …

Tower cranes herald latest addition to Coventry’s skyline

Reaching a height of 72m, Winvic Construction has erected two tower cranes that will reside in Coventry’s city-centre skyline for the rest of the year as it …

Inspired design

A number of challenges have been overcome to erect a steel-framed student accommodation scheme that shares a constrained site with a Grade-A listed church …

Reaching new heights in the Midlands

Topping out at 23-storeys high, a student accommodation project will be Coventry’s tallest building. Martin Cooper reports. Car manufacturing, including the …

Accommodation boost for Aberdeen students

Aberdeen’s burgeoning student population is set to receive more accommodation options once the prestigious Triple Kirks scheme completes in late 2019. Being …

Light gauge accommodation solution

Offering 180 students accommodation, a new campus building for the University of Leeds has been completed on time with the aid of Kingspan Steel Building …

Steel to frame Coventry’s tallest building

Working on behalf of main contractor Winvic Construction, Caunton Engineering has been awarded the steelwork contract for a major new student accommodation …

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