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NEWS: Steel Mesh Prices in July 2021

Few in the construction sector and related industries will be unaware of the recent price volatility affecting global steel markets currently. Whilst 2020 was undoubtedly a turbulent time for many sectors, 2021 has very definitely picked up the pace, with steel prices fluctuating wildly, and on an almost daily basis... Continue reading
Steel Mesh Prices in July 2021

NEWS: What Are Starter Bars?

Construction projects of all types and sizes routinely need to produce concrete slabs and walls, as well as masonry walls, and it’s vital that these slabs and walls are structurally sound and strong enough to meet all project requirements. Steel reinforcement of concrete and masonry is a routine part of... Continue reading
What Are Starter Bars?

NEWS: Challenges for the Reinforcement Industry Related To Strengthening Of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Context Reinforced Concrete (RC) structures represent a significant percentage of existing infrastructures in the United Kingdom. It is therefore expected that costs related to maintenance and repair or strengthening these constructions represent an increasing percentage of total infrastructure costs allocated by government entities and private owners. Moreover, the increasing... Continue reading
Challenges for the Reinforcement Industry Related To Strengthening Of Reinforced Concrete Structures

NEWS: Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilising Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement

Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilizing Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement Anyone who has had experience of working in the UK construction industry recently can see that times are changing and there is no longer a glut of skilled construction workers for construction companies to employ. As a nation, our productivity compared... Continue reading
Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilising Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement

NEWS: Construction News Update - October 2018

October looks set to be another interesting month for the construction industry, with both good and bad news for the sector, as Brexit looms. Continue reading → Continue reading
Construction News Update - October 2018

NEWS: Steel Mesh Prices in July 2021

Few in the construction sector and related industries will be unaware of the recent price volatility affecting global steel markets currently. Whilst 2020 was undoubtedly a turbulent time for many sectors, 2021 has very definitely picked up the pace, with steel prices fluctuating wildly, and on an almost daily basis... Continue reading
Steel Mesh Prices in July 2021

NEWS: What Are Starter Bars?

Construction projects of all types and sizes routinely need to produce concrete slabs and walls, as well as masonry walls, and it’s vital that these slabs and walls are structurally sound and strong enough to meet all project requirements. Steel reinforcement of concrete and masonry is a routine part of... Continue reading
What Are Starter Bars?

NEWS: Challenges for the Reinforcement Industry Related To Strengthening Of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Context Reinforced Concrete (RC) structures represent a significant percentage of existing infrastructures in the United Kingdom. It is therefore expected that costs related to maintenance and repair or strengthening these constructions represent an increasing percentage of total infrastructure costs allocated by government entities and private owners. Moreover, the increasing... Continue reading
Challenges for the Reinforcement Industry Related To Strengthening Of Reinforced Concrete Structures

NEWS: Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilising Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement

Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilizing Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement Anyone who has had experience of working in the UK construction industry recently can see that times are changing and there is no longer a glut of skilled construction workers for construction companies to employ. As a nation, our productivity compared... Continue reading
Improve On-Site Productivity by Utilising Prefabricated Steel Reinforcement

NEWS: Construction News Update - October 2018

October looks set to be another interesting month for the construction industry, with both good and bad news for the sector, as Brexit looms. Continue reading → Continue reading
Construction News Update - October 2018

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