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Inland port expands with steel

SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway is continuing to expand with the construction of one of the largest temperature-controlled distribution centres in …

Powering ahead

New steelwork construction and an extensive restoration programme are transforming Battersea Power Station into a huge multi-use destination, which will be the …

AD 435: Beams supporting precast planks: checks in the temporary condition

The purpose of this note is to remind designers of their responsibility for basing their design on a safe method of erection. This is particularly necessary if …

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 …

On the water

A steel-framed structure, that sits above an east London dock, has benefitted from using a weathering steel base as its all-important lowest level. Sat on …

Steel crosses the try line

One of the UK’s most iconic sporting venues, and the only one with a back-to-back grandstand, is being redeveloped with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

Distribution park expands with steel

Magna Park is forging ahead with its expansion plans as the latest steel-framed distribution centre, offering 72,000m² of floor space, nears completion. …

Academic design exposed

A famous London seat of learning has chosen to use an aesthetically-pleasing exposed steel frame for its latest redevelopment project. Martin Cooper reports. …

Bridge links city bypass

Forming an important part of the Lincoln A15 Eastern Bypass, a weathering steel bridge carrying two railway lines has been successfully installed. Covering a …

Energy solution

Steel-framed structures house the main processing areas for a new renewable energy plant in Kent. With the demise of traditional coal-burning power stations …

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