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Tilbury Douglas releases final flyover footage of its Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) in Scotland, as the project nears completion.
The Hill Group has announced the acquisition of Fusion Steel Framing Limited to enhance its position in modern methods of construction (MMC) and offsite fabrication.
G F Tomlinson has completed works on a new £10m light manufacturing facility in Mansfield, on Oakham Business Park.
ilke Homes has been selected by Bellway to deliver the company's first 40 modular homes in Milton Keynes.
McCarthy Stone has announced that it will develop 40 new retirement community sites that will be built using modern methods of construction (MMC).
The new station at Brent Cross has entered its next phase of construction, as VolkerFitzpatrick begins the installation of steelwork needed to build the station’s concourse.
Administrators at steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge have confirmed that 53 workers will be made redundant.
Cleveland Bridge, a structural engineer founded 144 years ago, has fallen into administration, as administrators say the Covid-19 pandemic is to blame.
FIS and the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) have launched a specifiers’ guide to light gauge steel framing systems (SFS) external wall systems.
Graham has reached a milestone on the new M11 Junction 7a project at Harlow, Essex, following the installation of the structural steel beams to create a new overbridge at the junction.
Work continues on Wernick Building’s latest project for George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton, which will see the delivery of a new theatre suite.
Structural steel group, Severfield has signed up to the SteelZero initiative to speed up the transition to a net zero steel industry.
As demand for construction products remains high, the Builders Merchants Federation and Construction Products Association have warned that availability issues are likely to worsen before they improve.
Winvic Construction has been appointed by IM Properties to construct a 2.94m sq ft global parts logistics centre at Mercia Park in Leicestershire.
Leading timber frame specialist, Scotframe has appointed Olga Luengo-Gonzalez to run its new self-build division.
Yesterday (9 March) marked the first anniversary of the new British Steel, with this brings a more sustainable future and opportunities for apprenticeships.
Severfield has acquired Dam structures – an innovative steel fabrication company – to widen its supply chain.
Scott Bridger, co-founder of modular installation subcontracting company ProSet Inc, takes a look at how the setting process differs for steel and wood modules.
The £52m contract will lead to the replacement of the SAS13 bridge on the Stechford to Aston (SAS) rail line, making way for the new HS2 route.
Sigmat and McCarthy & Stone have entered into a major partnership to deliver new retirement communities using Sigmat’s Light Gauge Steel Framing (LGSF) offsite structural solution.
The project is the first UK bridge to use high strength “S460W” weathering steel. Using this stronger grade of steel enabled the COWI design team to reduce the total material quantity by 15%, resulting in a more sustainable structure.
Following its completion earlier this year, the University of Birmingham’s Teaching & Learning (T&L) Building has become a symbol of innovation and collaboration across the city.
METALOQ is a modular framing system whereby ‘kits of parts’ are made by steel fabricators and shipped to modular builders. Find out more here.
Network Rail has started work on the Milngavie Station as part of a £5m investment to extend the platforms.
Swan / NU living has announced the acquisition of a newly built industrial unit to expand its modular housing services, opposite their existing factory in Basildon, Essex.
Simpson Strong-Tie is set to provide the steel frame construction industry with connectors and fixings with the release of their 2021 Connectors for Light Gauge Steel catalogue.