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Steel construction sector remembers Joe Locke

Former British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) President Joe Locke has died at the age of 84. He was president between 1988 and 1990 and was …

Up and running at Aintree

A stunning steel-framed twin grandstand, the centrepiece of a two-year redevelopment scheme, was officially opened for last month’s world famous …

Committee tailored for success

As Chairman of the BCSA’s Marketing and Member Services Committee for 14 years Geoffrey Taylor has had a ringside view of the growth of the association and …

Quick construction was crucial for St Paul’s kiosk

A new and distinctive steel framed kiosk has recently been erected in front of one of London’s most famous landmarks in one overnight programme. The new …

New convention centre and arena for Liverpool

Liverpool’s riverfront will be transformed once a new arena and convention centre is completed in time for the city being European City of Culture in 2008. …

New control tower checks in

Speed is everything at a modern airport which is why designers were swayed by the fast construction time of steel for a new control tower at Heathrow. Being …

Heathrow tower under control

An 87m pre-fabricated steel control tower at Heathrow Airport has been completed ahead of schedule after the structure was jacked up within a live airport …

New machines boost T5 productivity

Use of “coupled” steel coping and drilling machines in a single production line significantly speeded up steel fabrication production on BAA’s Heathrow …

Curved steel boosts creative design

Steel bending specialists have invested in research and development for new equipment that is giving designers greater freedom to express their creativity …

Man of mettle

Metals run through the blood of Joe Locke who ‘retired’ from the steelwork industry last December. Ty Byrd reports. Joe Locke, who retired at the end of …

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