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Eurocodes beam tool added to website

An easy to use software tool that carries out the design of simply supported composite beams to the Eurocodes is now available at www.steelconstruction.info To …

News in Brief: Jan 2014

Mark Jones, Managing Director of FICEP UK, said: “In all my many years of experience in this industry, I have never known tougher times over the last three …

November 2013 – Cost guidance for steel construction

Economic recovery seems to be the dominant theme in the financial news pages these days, and survey after survey confirms that things are getting better in the …

Fire seminars go live

Presentations from this year’s Fire Safety Engineering seminars, hosted by Tata Steel and the British Constructional Steelwork Association, are now available …

Students page added to steel encyclopedia

To further support the education and training for the next generation of construction professionals, a resources for students page has been added to …

New design tools for steel sector

Two new design tools have been made available from the steel sector to aid engineers with efficient and economic design of steel framed structures. A design …

Call for level playing field

BCSA President Ivor Roberts criticised the award of the Forth Replacement Crossing steelwork contract to a Chinese company as a blow that must not be allowed …

Updated steel encyclopaedia

www.steelconstruction.info has undertaken major upgrades to give it a new look and feel, following feedback from architects and engineers. Major upgrade The …

New information resource

The recently launched steel sector website – www.steelconstruction.info – contains six home page headings, one of which, Sectors, is explained here. …

January 2013 – New focus for schools

At this time last year, in the first issue of NSC of 2012, we looked forward against a fairly gloomy economic backdrop to school building resuming after the …

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