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Nuclear patrols with steel

A bespoke steel-framed training complex is being built for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary near Sellafield. Martin Cooper reports. Charged with protecting the …

Council in the frame

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for Cumbria County Council’s new offices in Carlisle. As part of an ongoing cost-saving exercise, Cumbria County …

Steel checks in for town centre redevelopment

The steel-framed Porter Building is one of the most prominent schemes in the wide-ranging redevelopment of Slough town centre. Martin Cooper reports. With the …

Design first for commercial scheme

Standout architectural features have driven the steel design for an anchor commercial block at Manchester’s First Street development. Martin Cooper reports. …

A tale of two cities

The steel-framed Embankment commercial development is the first part of a large regeneration scheme altering the area separating Manchester and Salford. Martin …

Steel proves a safe bet

bet365, one of Stoke’s largest employers is moving into a new steel-framed development that has been designed around the use of cellular beams. The new …

Jersey project banks on steel

A new premises for the Royal Bank of Canada in St Helier, Jersey is making full use of steel construction by utilising 2,000t of steel, a total that includes …

Steel checks out second largest Midlands supermarket

More than 1,100t of structural steelwork has been erected to form a Sainsbury’s superstore in Wolverhampton; a 6,689m² building that boasts a café, …

Retail boost for Cork

Construction work is well under way on the 4,500t steel frame extension to the Douglas Village Shopping Centre in Cork, Ireland. Steelwork contractor Walter …

New office block for former newspaper site

A 14-storey office development is taking shape on the former Birmingham Post and Mail site in Snow Hill, Birmingham. Colmore Plaza will offer 300,000ft² of …

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