newsteelconstruction.com

NSC Archives

Tag Archives

Feature steel staircase for landmark Bristol development

A steel helical staircase, to be fabricated by Taunton Fabrications, will be a feature element of a new 7-storey commercial scheme, which forms the latest …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

News in Brief June 2020

Severfield has announced the first order for its new Severstor product line of steel-framed modules that house critical systems technology and can be supplied …

Steelwork creates safe parking

Clad in order to reference the city’s maritime past, a new multi-storey car park in Liverpool has been built using a steel frame as the material offered the …

Liverpool replacement car park on course for summer opening

Containing 1,452 spaces, a new steel-framed multi-storey car park is due to open at Liverpool’s Kings Dock later this summer, replacing a concrete-framed …

Showing off the past

Accommodating many of Doncaster’s historical relics, a new steel-framed cultural hub has also been designed to surround and exhibit a retained Edwardian …

News in Brief: November/December 2019

Steelwork contractor Taunton Fabrications has picked up two awards at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain Awards ceremony. The company was nominated in …

Back to school with lightweight frame

Steelwork having the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any construction material was one of the main reasons it was chosen for the frame of a new school in …

Contractor named for Wimbledon tennis complex

Willmott Dixon has been chosen by The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to construct an integrated world-class facility on Somerset Road, adjacent to the …

Town centre revival

Steel construction is playing a vital role in Rochdale’s ambitious multi-million pound Riverside regeneration scheme. Martin Cooper reports. Financial woes …

THIS MONTH’S MAGAZINE

Untitled Page

Click on the cover to view this month's issue as a digimag.

Archives