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London’s Olympic legacy

Nearly three years ago London hosted one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympic Games in modern times, but what has happened to those iconic venues? NSC …

News in Brief – May 2015

Tekla has launched Tekla Structural Designer, said to be a dedicated analysis and design software for structural engineers working on commercial building …

Members out in force for SCI annual event

More than 90 steel construction professionals attended the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) annual event for members which was held at the Tower of London. …

SSDA Award: London 2012 Velodrome, Olympic Park, London

The Velodrome is an iconic world class sporting venue, which will endure in its community legacy use in the VeloPark. The 6,000 seat London 2012 Velodrome will …

Medals for Olympian engineers

The Institution of Structural Engineers has awarded Gold Medals to Chris Wise, Co Founder of Expedition Engineering and Paul Westbury, CEO of Buro Happold, two …

Velodrome leads steel successes at Structural Awards

The London 2012 Velodrome (above) swept the board at the Structural Awards 2011 by winning the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence as well as …

Around the press: January 2012

The Structural Engineer 15 November 2011 Structural Awards 2011 (London 2012 Velodrome) On track for a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, it also has other …

Velodrome crosses the finishing line

Construction work on the London 2012 Olympic Park Velodrome has been completed and the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has proudly unveiled it as the first …

Going for cycling gold

The London 2012 Velodrome, with its eye-catching steel formed double curved roof, is nearing completion and will be the first venue at the Olympic Park to host …

Around the press: March 2010

New Civil Engineer 11 February 2010 A home coming for the seagull Steelwork also provides the signature element of the project – the roof. It will be an …

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