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Connection design in trusses

A general article about steel trusses which touched on choice of members and their orientation but did not go into detail about designing connections was …

Steelwork progresses on UK’s largest higher education project

Work is progressing on schedule on the University of Manchester’s £287M Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD), which is said to be one of the …

Airport transformation takes flight

A steel-framed terminal extension building, featuring internal spans of up to 36m, is the centrepiece of Manchester Airport’s Transformation programme. …

Steel hits the right note

Manchester’s Hallé Orchestra is enlarging its St Peter’s rehearsal and recording facility with the construction of a steel-framed extension that will …

Steel support for London residential towers

Structural steelwork on One Crown Place, a prestigious mixed-use project in east London, is nearing completion. The scheme consists of 246 residential …

City’s tallest tower

Known as Twentytwo, the City of London’s latest signature commercial building will be head and shoulders above all others in the square mile. Martin Cooper …

Award: Bloomberg London

Bloomberg’s new European headquarters achieved a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating, which is the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office …

Commendation: The Beacon of Light, Sunderland

The Beacon of Light is a unique landmark in Sunderland providing educational aspiration through the power of sport. “The concept part for the Beacon is very …

Commendation: Four Pancras Square, London

Featuring a weathering steel exoskeleton, Four Pancras Square is the last of six new commercial buildings within King’s Cross Development Zone B. Situated on …

Merit: 1 & 2 London Wall Place

Steelwork lies at the heart of the London Wall Place development. It was decided early in the design process that the optimum superstructure solution for both …

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