Structural steelwork is playing a crucial role in the redevelopment of one of the largest hospitals in the north of England, a building that also represents a regeneration of an area in Liverpool city centre.
The World Steel Association met with key industry groups at ArcelorMittal Paris to discuss improving the efficiency and effectiveness of how steel construction is promoted in Europe.
The European Headquarters for Kerry Group’s Global Technology and Innovation Centre has a capacity of 25,000m2 over four storeys, which are used for functions such as offices, meeting rooms, and research and development facilities.
Zaha Hadid Architects’ new 207-metre Beijing skyscraper, Leeza SOHO, features a twisting, steel-formed atrium space, which – at 194 metres – is the world’s tallest.
The swooping lines of a Porsche have long been considered a triumph of automotive design, but what if an architect were given the chance to create an homage to those classic sportscars?
The site of the former Streatham Ice Rink has been re-developed to create a new supermarket with a six-storey residential building on top using light steel framing.
Since the 19th century, steel has been crucial in high-rise construction. But what happens when those towers fall into disuse? A new project in Australia shows how steel can be used sustainably for future constructions.
Slated to open some time between October 2020 and March 2021, Crossrail is an ambitious project to develop a new railway – called the Elizabeth line – that represents the largest current infrastructure development in Europe.
There is increasingly strong demand for premium quality office space, especially in compacted centre spaces of large cities. High-profile companies want buildings that offer impeccable architectural and environmental standards for their corporate headquarters.