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Steel supports revived Redhill scheme

A steel-framed landmark Sainsbury’s shopping centre will form the centerpiece of the revived Warwick Quadrant scheme in Redhill, Surrey. RG Group has …

Other Finalists

St James’s Gateway, London The St James’s Gateway redevelopment is a central London mixed-use scheme including 5,300m² of office space, 2,600m² of retail …

Retail spurs regeneration

A large town centre development is benefiting from steel construction’s ease and speed of construction. The Leicestershire town of Hinckley is being …

Steel gets heads up for hub development

A supermarket and leisure centre will form part of a new gateway hub to the Buckinghamshire town of High Wycombe. NSC reports. Conveniently located adjacent to …

Steel checks out second largest Midlands supermarket

More than 1,100t of structural steelwork has been erected to form a Sainsbury’s superstore in Wolverhampton; a 6,689m² building that boasts a café, …

Steel supports retail development

A major retail led regeneration scheme is set to revitalise a five acre former college campus site in Swindon town centre. Wiltshire’s largest town is poised …

Retail banks on regeneration

Situated on a large embankment, a new retail development is dependent on a large steel truss to not only provide the necessary shopping space, but also the …

Retail drives regeneration at former car plant

Steel is the material of choice for a project that will eventually deliver a large retail, commercial and residential scheme at Longbridge, once the world’s …

Target Zero delivers final guidance

The complete series of Target Zero guidance reports covering five building types – schools, warehouses, supermarkets, offices and mixed-use developments are …

Targeting supermarket guidance

The third of the five Target Zero guides, covering supermarket buildings, has been published and is available for download in pdf format …

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