December constructsteel newsletter

Read an interview with Dr Troy Coyle on HERA's efforts in promoting the use of sustainable materials, and learn more about the US Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

The Forge – UK’s first net zero carbon commercial building

A new office building development in South London is a pioneering innovation project showcasing leaner and greener commercial construction practices.

November constructsteel newsletter

Read an interview with Dutt Thirumalai from Saint-Gobain on the importance of developing construction solutions to address climate change and raw material depletion.

October constructsteel newsletter

An article on how the workplace is changing and the imperatives for real-estate owners and operators. Also, the latest market trends, and the top construction news headlines.

September constructsteel newsletter

Read an article on the new ACT COVID-19 Surge Centre in Australia, delivered in record time with BlueScope's pre-fabricated steel. Also, insights on how the construction sector can seize the decarbonisation opportunity, the latest market trends, and an overview of the top steel construction news headlines.

Australian highway upgrade with BlueScope’s REDCOR

The Berry to Bomaderry Highway upgrade is a newly upgraded, four-lane section of road, that includes two composite bridges constructed using BlueScope’s REDCOR Weathering Steel.

July constructsteel newsletter

An interview with Professor Michael G. Barker on positioning steel in short and medium span bridges. Plus insights on the emerging revolution in the road construction industry, an overview of the top steel construction news, and the latest construction market trends.

A light steel roof frame

Light steel framing expands Africa’s largest hospital in record time

A new Covid-19 facility has been built in just eight months in Soweto, South Africa, by using innovative building technologies to reduce construction time.

POSCO opens Park1538 to the public in Pohang, South Korea

Park1538 is a new landmark located next to POSCO’s headquarters overlooking Pohang Steelworks. Park1538 is named after the melting point of pure steel – 1538℃ – and was built as a cultural space to share POSCO’s past, present, and future with the public.