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Students deliver innovative steelwork designs

Winners of the 2014 Student Design Awards were announced at the Structural Steel Design Awards presentation. These prestigious Awards were divided into three …

Student awards

This year’s BCSA/Tata Steel Student Awards, organised by the Steel Construction Institute were presented prior to the SSDA ceremony held in London on 11 …

Students show innovation in steel design

Winners of the 2012 BCSA/Tata Steel Student Design Competition, organised by the Steel Construction Institute, were announced prior to the SSDA ceremony. As …

Corus Student Awards

A low carbon school or a bridge to carry a single carriageway bypass over a valley were this year’s competition requirements. The 2010 Corus Student Design …

Design Awards

Corus Student Awards A structure to enclose a winter sports facility or a bridge to carry a dual carriageway over a grade separated interchange were this …

SDA 2009 – Students show design innovation

The Corus Student Design Awards once again revealed the depth of architectural and engineering talent that is coming through UK universities and colleges, said …

Corus Student Awards 2008

A terminal building and control tower for a regional UK airport or a pedestrian and cycle bridge over a river were this year’s competition requirements. The …

News in Brief – September 2008

BSI has published the National Annexes to BS EN 1994-1-1: 2005 Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures – Part 1.1 General rules and …

SDA 2008 – Students show future promise

The Corus Student Design Awards were presented to winning undergraduate design teams at the Structural Steel Design Awards ceremony held at the Victoria & …

Corus undergraduate design awards

This year’s competition involved designing either a bridge over a deep gorge or a high-level access building for a rollercoaster. The winners of this …

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