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Hotel accommodates steel

Speed of construction was one of the main reasons for changing the design of Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s hotel to a steel frame. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel checks out at West End store

Phase two of Selfridges’ ambitious redevelopment programme is under way, with structural steelwork playing an integral role. Martin Cooper reports. …

Complex frame accommodated by steel

A steel-framed solution was the answer for a retirement village containing numerous room configurations, spread over seven different floor levels. Martin …

Historic chapel reborn as student accommodation

A steel-framed structure has been erected inside of a Manchester ecclesiastical landmark as part of a restoration and conversion project. Martin Cooper …

Retail scheme buys into steel construction

Construction of a shopping centre in Oxford city centre combines a remodelled existing mall along with a steel-framed new build element. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel checks in for town centre redevelopment

The steel-framed Porter Building is one of the most prominent schemes in the wide-ranging redevelopment of Slough town centre. Martin Cooper reports. With the …

Merit: Leeds Station Southern Entrance

The Leeds Station Southern Entrance has relieved congestion, future-proofed ticket line gate capacity and will encourage growth in the south of the city. …

Contemporary art extension switched on

Structural steelwork has exhibited its long span qualities in creating the large gallery spaces for the recently opened Tate Modern extension. Proclaimed as …

A tale of two cities

The steel-framed Embankment commercial development is the first part of a large regeneration scheme altering the area separating Manchester and Salford. Martin …

Essex gets retail therapy

A large steel-framed retail and leisure development is set to invigorate Chelmsford city centre. The Bond Street retail and leisure development will transform …

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