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Steel creates landmark school

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

President’s Column: May 2019

This magazine provides engineers, architects, main contractors and clients with an enormous amount of information, technical guidance, news and case studies …

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. …

BCSA and Tata Steel to host thermal mass webinar

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) and Tata Steel will jointly host a free webinar entitled ‘Thermal Mass in Buildings’ on Thursday 21 …

Guide to thermal mass published

A new guide explaining how to make the best use of thermal mass in order to reduce operational energy use in non-domestic buildings has been published by Tata …

January 2014 – Thermal Mass in efficient buildings

Forecasts for the next year suggest that sectors like commercial building will be among the strongest growing as the UK’s recession battered construction …

Steel pumps new heart into Redcar

A steel framed leisure, business and civic complex will help to rejuvenate Redcar town centre. Martin Cooper reports from the town where steel still runs in …

Sustainability takes wing at Angel Square

Steel paid outstanding sustainability dividends for the Co-operative Group when it developed a new headquarters in Manchester. In the latest of our Project …

Debunking the myth

Utilising thermal mass can reduce a structure’s operational CO2 emissions while also contributing to overall cost savings, and can be achieved as easily with …

Thermal mass and lightweight sustainable construction

BCSA Technical Development Manager Chris Dolling explains the parameters for achieving optimum thermal mass in steel-framed buildings. In order to retain the …

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