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Tekla bridge software extension spans complete design

Trimble has introduced Tekla Bridge Creator, a new extension for Tekla Structures Building Information Model (BIM) software that is said to integrate the …

City’s tallest tower

Known as Twentytwo, the City of London’s latest signature commercial building will be head and shoulders above all others in the square mile. Martin Cooper …

Merit: 1 & 2 London Wall Place

Steelwork lies at the heart of the London Wall Place development. It was decided early in the design process that the optimum superstructure solution for both …

Merit: Walkway Bridges, London Wall Place

During the construction of the London Wall Place (LWP) development some of the existing Barbican Highwalks had to be removed as part of the demolition and …

Three up in second city

The third of three steel-framed office blocks in Snowhill, Birmingham, is one of the UK’s largest speculative office developments to be constructed outside …

Manchester’s Ordsall Chord receives Major Project Award

The Ordsall Chord, a new railway line connecting Manchester’s Piccadilly, Victoria and Oxford Road stations for the first time, has received the Royal …

Commendation: Central Square, Leeds

An emblem of the city’s ambition, Central Square in Leeds is a landmark development binding together a dynamic business district to create a vibrant new …

Steel promotes South Bank development

Two steel-framed commercial blocks will provide a central element to a prestigious mixed-use development taking shape on London’s south bank. Martin Cooper …

News in Brief – October 2015

The Met Office has announced plans to build a £20M home for the final part of its new supercomputer, which will help with more accurate weather predictions. …

A rational design approach to fire safety

Structural Fire Engineering, a rational and scientific approach to ensuring the safety of buildings, is increasingly popular, as delegates to a series of …

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