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Sky’s the limit

tructural steelwork has taken a leading role in the construction of Sky Studios Elstree, where long column-free flexible spaces are in demand. Martin Cooper …

Repurposing a landmark

Forming part of the wider redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall, a structurally-independent steel-framed film and television studio is being constructed …

Lights, camera, action!

Work has been completed on two steel-framed purpose-built studios that will help Liverpool realise its ambition to make itself the go-to city in the UK for the …

New studios give Liverpool film and TV production boost

The completion of two steel-framed studios in Liverpool are set to provide a significant boost to the local economy and the city’s ambition to become the …

Film studio planned at former Ashford railway works

Regeneration specialist The Creative District Improvement Company (TCDI Co.) and Quinn Estates have announced plans for a £250M Kent TV and film studio at …

Unusual Television Studio

The building illustrated is clad with 85 tons of sheet lead – chosen for its sound insulating qualities – coloured a soft grey. The cantilever doubly …

Designed for Colour Transmission: Yorkshire Television Studios

Yorkshire Television Ltd began as a race against time in the middle of 1967 for on 12 June the company was allotted the new ITV broadcasting contract for the …

BBC design show

Exposed architectural steelwork will play a leading role at the new BBC Wales headquarters in Cardiff. Martin Cooper reports. The multi-million pound Central …

Steel delivering value

Our news section always carries examples of projects that highlight the benefits of using steel as a framing material. This week’s news includes a story …

BBC Wales opts for a steel-framed HQ

More than 2,000t of structural steelwork will be fabricated, supplied and erected by Severfield for the new BBC Wales Broadcasting House in Cardiff. The scheme …

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