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Latest Snowhill scheme nears topping out

The third of three steel-framed office blocks in Snowhill, Birmingham, and one of the UK’s largest speculative office developments to be constructed outside …

New tower rises up at Canary Wharf

Requiring 9,500t of structural steelwork, the 27-storey One Bank Street is the latest steel-framed tower in London’s Canary Wharf. The tower will offer …

UK supplier decks twin Dubai skyscrapers

Structural Metal Decks (SMD) has completed a major contract worth more than £1M, shipping more than 100,000m² of steel decking to the United Arab Emirates …

ArcelorMittal zeroes in on waste

Sustainability tops the agenda at ArcelorMittal as the company acts to help create a more sustainable future for the steel industry and the environment. …

Steel to frame Coventry’s tallest building

Working on behalf of main contractor Winvic Construction, Caunton Engineering has been awarded the steelwork contract for a major new student accommodation …

Work starts on City’s 50-storey tower

Foundation and piling work has started on the 50-storey tower at 6-8 Bishopsgate/150 Leadenhall Street in the City of London. Approval for the steel-framed …

Revised plans for City 50-storey tower approved

The City of London Corporation has granted planning permission for WilkinsonEyre’s revised 6-8 Bishopsgate/150 Leadenhall Street tower, which includes 10 …

Steel promotes South Bank development

Two steel-framed commercial blocks will provide a central element to a prestigious mixed-use development taking shape on London’s south bank. Martin Cooper …

City planners approve 36-storey tower

A new £400M 36-storey tower in the City of London has been given the green light by planners and will be built next to the historic Leadenhall Market. The …

Tower tops out with steel

A 1970s concrete office block is being given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra levels, all with the aid of steel construction. …

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