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Warrington indoor market officially opens

The new steel-framed permanent home for Warrington’s award-winning market has now officially opened safely and in line with government guidelines heralding …

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 …

Monkey Island bridge installed over M4

Cleveland Bridge has installed an 82.4m-long, 400t steel bridge at Monkey Island as part of a major upgrade of the M4 motorway between junctions 3 and 12. …

Retail mall goes undercover

A £75M transformation of intu Trafford Centre’s Barton Square is in full swing, as a new glazed roof and dome now span the previously open mall. Martin …

The right time for steel

In the second of our retail and leisure based regeneration projects, Martin Cooper reports from Time Square in Warrington. Warrington is perhaps best known for …

Frames up for major South West logistics park

Five steel industrial units have been erected by Billington Structures for the first phase of a multi-million pound business park in Avonmouth. Located on a …

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 …

Market trades in steel

Two steel-framed structures are spearheading the multi-million pound redevelopment of London’s New Covent Garden Market. Martin Cooper reports. One of the …

Swansea University’s seafront campus opens

Steel construction has played a major role in the building of Swansea University’s Bay Campus which opens this coming Monday (Sept 21). Built on the site of …

Other Finalists

St James’s Gateway, London The St James’s Gateway redevelopment is a central London mixed-use scheme including 5,300m² of office space, 2,600m² of retail …

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