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Winners announced at 53rd Structural Steel Design Awards

Four projects were Award winners at this year’s Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA). The four winning projects at the 53rd annual SSDA were 100 Liverpool …

SSDA Judges impressed by sustainability deep analysis

Steel can unarguably claim to be a sustainable construction material like no other, with almost all constructional steelwork being recycled if not reused, and …

More leisure facilities for Cumbria

Structural steelwork has provided an economic framing solution for the £25M redevelopment of Carlisle’s Sands

Plans in for next mini Shard office block

Developer Edge has revealed plans for another office development in the London Bridge area surrounding the iconic Shard structure. Known as Edge London Bridge, …

Steel creates landmark school

Structural steelwork is the chosen framing solution for the construction of Dover Grammar School for Boys’ new modern

Client confidence strong that steel is still the cost-effective option

Despite COVID-19, Brexit and a global surge in raw material prices affecting all construction materials, demand for steel-framed buildings and other structures …

Steel answers sustainability – Part 2

In the second article of a two-part series, NSC publishes the final six frequently asked questions on sustainability for the steel construction

Contract awarded for Milton Keynes logistics centre

Glencar Construction has been awarded a contract by Baytree, a leading pan-European logistics building development company, to deliver a new, state-of-the-art …

President’s Column: July/August 2021

On the 24th June, the BCSA held its AGM in London, I was voted in to serve another year. At times like this it is only natural to reflect on the last year in …

Steel goes back to the future

This year’s Structural Steel Design Awards shortlist has been released – see News – and any fears that the COVID-19 pandemic might have impacted …

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