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Railway extension on time with steel

The longest spans of the 1.5km-long Barking Riverside Viaduct, which is a vital component of a new railway extension, have been formed with structural …

Steel beams installed for Coventry flyover

A total of 32 steel beams with a combined weight of 710t have been lifted into place to form the four main spans for the £61M A46 Binley Flyover in Coventry. …

Jetties provide haul road access for the viaduct construction, keeping trucks off the road

Temporary steel jetties with a total weight of 5,000t, spanning four lakes, are playing an integral role in the construction of HS2’s Colne Valley

Steel spans for major east London viaduct

East London’s 1.5km-long Barking Riverside Viaduct is nearing completion in readiness for a new railway line to open this Autumn. Crossing rail, road and …

HS2 precast manufacturing facilities

FACT FILEHS2 precast manufacturing facilitiesMain client: HS2Main contractor: ALIGN JV (Bouygues Travaux Publics, Sir Robert McAlpine, and …

Steel’s the ticket for new rail depot

Structural steelwork has played an important role in the construction of Northern Railway’s new maintenance depot in Manchester Train services in the North …

News in Brief; April 2020

New Steel Construction magazine is hoping to continue with hard copy distribution throughout the current COVID-19 health crisis. However, as you may now be …

News in Brief: March 2019

Forming an integral part of a road realignment scheme, Nusteel Structures has fabricated and delivered a 50m-long × 3m-wide cycle and pedestrian bridge that …

Shaping the steel sector

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies continues to help designers create elaborate landmark structures. Curved …

SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fourth of a series of articles, NSC looks …

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