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New church accommodated with steel

Steel construction has provided all the answers for a new church and residential scheme in south London. A community-led Anglican church in south London is …

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 …

Anyone for tennis?

A retractable roof, which will allow uninterrupted play irrespective of the weather, is being installed over Wimbledon’s No.1 Court. Martin Cooper reports …

New chapters in steel’s success story

Recent surveys show that the construction market has paused for breath after a strong run lasting several years (see News). Brexit and the business cycle …

Second retractable roof for Wimbledon

Work is under way on the £70M contract to redevelop No.1 Court at Wimbledon. The project will include new, wider seating at the court as well as two …

Shape of things to come

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies is helping designers create elaborate landmark structures. Bending steel …

Wimbledon’s retractable roof scoops European design accolade

The redevelopment of Wimbledon’s Centre Court, which included the construction of a retractable roof, was awarded a European Steel Design Award at an …

SSDA 2009 – Wimbledon Centre Court Redevelopment, London

  Constructed over a three-year period the steelwork element of the Centre Court redevelopment included the demolition and rebuilding of the East Stand …

Centre court roof set for debut

This year’s Wimbledon Tennis Championship will be the first to play undercover – if it rains – as a new retractable roof over the Centre Court …

Modelling Wimbledon Centre Court

Developing a single-source 3D/4D project model of all project information allowed the Symonds Structures’ design team to manage the interfaces between new …

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