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Steel scores for Wiltshire leisure facility

The need for long internal column-free spans and a quick construction programme meant a steel-framed solution was the project team’s choice for the Melksham …

Steel hits the right note

Specifically designed for the digital age, the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s new state-of-the-art home is the first purpose-built music college to be …

Steel completes on Birmingham Conservatoire

The main steel elements on the first music conservatoire to be built in the UK for 30 years have been completed. Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford …

Award: London Olympic Roof Conversion

The stadium built for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games has been transformed with the addition of the world’s largest spanning tensile roof. …

Commendation – Milton Court, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Designed to meet the highest acoustic performance requirements, Milton Court is a £89M facility built for the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Located …

Residences in steel

Nine steel-framed student accommodation blocks form an integral part of the University of Salford’s expansion plans. An £84M project for the University of …

Bridge to academia

A new arts and innovation centre at Bangor University will provide first class facilities for students as well as becoming a hub for the local community. …

The case for steel – Facts

The case for using steel as a construction material in the UK is overwhelmingly strong. Steel dominates the market as a building framing solution and for …

The case for steel – Steel meets stringent NHS vibration requirements

The latest in our Case for Steel series highlights how steel frames meet vibration and acoustics requirements. All structures are susceptible to vibration, …

BBC at the Mailbox in Birmingham

A redundant postal sorting office building has been converted into a retail and office centre called The Mailbox. The BBC has established a studio building …

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