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Raising the roof

Steelwork’s flexibility and ease of construction have come to the fore for a new distillery featuring a steep and sloping pitched roof. FACT FILEArdgowan …

Groundbreaking heralds the transformation of former Rolls Royce site in Liverpool

Following a groundbreaking event, Winvic Construction has begun work on the £35.8m project to design and build four warehouses at Atlantic Park in Bootle, …

British Land appoints SRM and William Hare for next Broadgate project

Developer British Land, has appointed Sir Robert McAlpine (SRM) as main contractor and William Hare as steel contractor for 2 Finsbury Avenue (2FA), the next …

Sustainable redevelopment

New steel-framed floors, incorporating reused steel sections, are helping a well-known Dublin city centre building to be reimagined into a 21st Century …

Prime City location gets makeover

Forming part of a 10-year redevelopment of the Broadgate campus, structural steelwork is nearing completion on British Land’s most energy efficient building …

Moving forward

Jamestown’s UK Business Development Manager, Mark Stewart writes on how the company is progressing this year with a strong order book, containing even more …

Siemens Mobility to build state-of-the-art factory in Chippenham

Siemens Mobility is set to build a cutting-edge rail infrastructure manufacturing, digital engineering and research & development (R&D) centre in …

Galvanizing: the original green solution

Construction is reported to be responsible for around 40% of total greenhouse gas emissions, and with governments, businesses and customers seeking more …

Oxford United set all-electric-powered stadium goal

League One, Oxford United FC has announced plans to build the first stadium in the country powered solely by electricity to create a sustainable new home. As …

Reused steel aids circular economy

Adding to TBC.London’s sustainability credentials, and said to be a first for UK construction, pre-Second World War steelwork from an Oxford Street …

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