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FACT FILECity Quays 3, BelfastMain client: Belfast HarbourArchitect: RPP ArchitectsMain contractor: FarransStructural engineer: Doran ConsultingSteelwork …

Steel at home

A residential scheme in Liverpool’s creative and digital quarter is using a steel framing solution due to the material’s spanning qualities and ability …

Major residential scheme takes shape on Merseyside

Working on behalf of main contractor ISG, Walter Watson has completed the erection of 1,200t of steelwork for a residential scheme in Liverpool’s Baltic …

Packaging factory is all in the frame

Speed of delivery and ease of construction are just two of the reasons why a steel-framed solution was chosen for a manufacturing facility in Ireland. Leading …

Commendation: Belfast Waterfront Conference & Exhibition Centre

The new steel-framed extension to the Belfast Waterfront provides an additional 7,000m² of floor space, which can facilitate up to 5,000 guests. Flexibility …

Spanning a congregation

Including a large flexible auditorium and a sports hall, the Green Pastures Church in Ballymena is benefitting from using a steel framing solution. Martin …

Steel starts for Ulster Church Scheme

The Green Pastures Church is rapidly taking shape on the outskirts of the Northern Ireland town of Ballymena. The large and imposing steel-framed structure, …

School spearheads new town

Structural steelwork has answered all the questions correctly on a school project in Perth. Martin Cooper reports. A school for the new 800-acre village known …

Sport and fitness in the frame

A steel-framed solution is the answer for a leading retailer’s first new build outlet in Scotland. Sports goods retailer Sports Direct is building its first …

Work starts on sports outlet

Main contractor ISG and steelwork contractor Walter Watson have started work on a circa £5M contract with Sports Direct to deliver its first new build outlet …

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