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Poultry farm lands in Eye

Leading UK food producer Cranswick is constructing a new £60M steel-framed poultry facility in Eye, Suffolk. A greenfield site on a rural airfield in Eye, …

Steel checks out at West End store

Phase two of Selfridges’ ambitious redevelopment programme is under way, with structural steelwork playing an integral role. Martin Cooper reports. …

Merit: Waterford Fire Station

The new Waterford Fire Station’s form derives from tracking movements of fire tenders leaving the appliance bays at speed and returning after firefighting. …

The winds of change

Part of the wider Green Port Hull vision, Siemens is building a large steel-framed blade manufacturing facility on the River Humber. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel chips in for barn design

With a capacity of 12,000t of boxed potatoes, steel construction has helped create one of the largest potato stores in the UK. One of East Anglia’s largest …

Steel supports the sporting life

Housed within a steel frame, one of London’s largest leisure centres is under construction in Waltham Forest. Waltham Forest Council is in the midst of a …

Steel puts Crossrail rolling stock on track

Having secured a contract to manufacture trains for London’s Crossrail, Bombardier is constructing a new steel-framed train inspection building. The UK rail …

Retail development checks out with steel

Steelwork’s speed of construction has played a significant role in the building of a new retail park in Rugby, scheduled to open in September less than one …

Arena underpins regeneration

In the latest of our Projects Revisted series, Martin Cooper reports from the First Direct Arena in Leeds, a project that has gained a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ …

Steel powers energy design

A power station under construction at Great Island County Wexford will provide electricity to approximately 220,000 houses in south eastern Ireland. One of the …

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