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Lindapter launches new updated website

Lindapter the manufacturer and inventor of steelwork clamping systems has launched an updated website including new technical resources for steelwork …

AD 409: Recent Blue and Orange Book developments

Recent restructuring within the UK steel industry has led to new developments in the provision of structural steel design information produced by SCI; …

November 2012 – First port of call for steel advice

The steel sector, already renowned for providing a wealth of information, guidance and other advice, has launched a new website that brings together all the …

New steel site is class-leader

The new steel sector website – www.steelconstruction.info – is fulfilling its promise of being the first stop for architects and engineers looking for …

New NSC website up and running

A new website (www.newsteelconstruction.com) has been launched this month, improving NSC readership’s experience by offering a host of added benefits and …

A century of stainless steel celebrated with website

It is 100 years since stainless steels were first created, patented and produced and in order to celebrate this centenary a new website has been launched by …

Colorcoat brightens web

Tata Steel has launched a Colorcoat Project Showcase (http://projects.colorcoat-online.com.) to provide an invaluable resource for those specifying, designing …

Websites’ popularity increases

The BCSA’s website, www.steelconstruction.org is being increasingly used by specifiers wishing to find information about steel construction companies, …

Corus website gets upgrade

Corus re-launched its construction website in November after a complete redesign. “The website needed a revamp to give it a better structure and make …

First test for online training site

A new website to train specialist steelwork designers in the use of Eurocode 3 and its differences from the British Standards will be tested this month. ESCDOT …

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