[31 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]

The increased awareness of modern society’s impact on the environment has led to the construction supply chain placing greater emphasis on being ‘green’. Sustainability in the built environment is a complex topic, and must be considered from the earliest stage in the planning process to ensure activities achieve both regulatory requirements and customer expectations. Our […]

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BIM »

[14 Nov 2018 | No Comment | ]

For the last few years, there has been considerable confusion amongst construction product manufacturers regarding how to make their “BIM” (Building information modelling) information available to the market. With a lack of standards and guidance, manufacturers are struggling to effectively communicate and keep their product information up to date. This represents a risk to the […]

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Colorcoat »

[16 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

At Colorcoat® our pre-finished steel products are UV burned, blasted, scratched and sprayed all in the name of testing! In our third behind-the-scenes ‘Make It, Test It, Guarantee It’ blog series, we reveal just how Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra®and Colorcoat Prisma® is put through its paces to ensure that your building envelopes are built to last: […]

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Featured, Technical, Technical guidance »

[29 Jun 2018 | No Comment | ]

Here, Stewart Jones, Senior Customer Technical Services Field Engineer, Conveyance Tubes at Tata Steel discusses the benefits of hot-finished tubes in air conditioning applications. When choosing a suitable air conditioning system for an installation, the operational stresses, system pressures and level of use required are taken into account before a system specification is defined. Similarly, […]

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Colorcoat »

[22 May 2018 | No Comment | ]

Did you know that over 50 years of metal manufacturing expertise goes into our Colorcoat® pre-finished steel? In the second of our Colorcoat® ‘behind-the-scenes’ blog series, we explore the skills that make every Colorcoat® product special: Colorcoat®: A mark of quality Every coil of Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® or Colorcoat Prisma® is forged by the collective […]

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Architecture, Charity, Featured, Tata Steel »

[15 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

Tata Steel has recently donated 13 bundles of its 700kg rectangular tubes to an aspiring volunteer-led children’s charity in Swansea, Wales. Featuring on the Children In Need special of BBC One series ‘DIY SOS: The Big Build’, the tubes were placed in the ground to hold back earth as part of an exciting project to […]

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Architecture, BIM, Featured »

[14 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

“We are now at a point we have never been at before. The industry is standing on a burning platform and all other options have gone. It simply has to change”. Mark Farmer, UK Construction Week 11th Oct 2017.   The Burning Platform Over the last few years the construction industry has seen numerous reports, […]

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Featured, Sustainability »

[13 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

Sustainability is an issue that affects us all. We all have a part to play in trying to save resources for future generations and in achieving a greener future. On an everyday level, this could mean looking at the way we do things, like remembering to recycle milk bottles or not leaving the tap running. […]

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Featured, Sustainability »

[7 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

Responsible sourcing remains a key topic of discussion for much of the construction sector. As part of a recent study, we surveyed a wide cross-section of the industry to help us gain a market insight into sustainable attitudes and practices. Architects, consultants, contractors, developers, engineers and building inspectors all provided feedback– with varied responses. The […]

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Featured, Sustainability »

[3 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

Achieving a sustainable built environment requires collaboration and effort from every part of the construction supply chain. To address gaps in the adoption of sustainable approaches, it is essential to understand different perspectives from within the construction industry on the barriers to, and opportunities in, responsible sourcing. At Tata Steel, we are committed to integrating […]

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Featured, Headline, Sustainability »

[31 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]

The increased awareness of modern society’s impact on the environment has led to the construction supply chain placing greater emphasis on being ‘green’. Sustainability in the built environment is a complex topic, and must be considered from the earliest stage in the planning process to ensure activities achieve both regulatory requirements and customer expectations. Our […]

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BIM »

[10 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]

Attended by nearly 100 professionals from across the construction industry, the Tata Steel webinar – ‘The construction supply chain cannot realistically deliver BIM Level 2: Discuss’- posed a number of questions to the audience, which produced insightful and honest results. Here, Alex Small, BIM and Digital Platforms Manager at Tata Steel explores the poll findings. […]

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BIM, Featured, Tata Steel, Technical »

[19 Jun 2017 | No Comment | ]

Here, Alex Small, BIM and Digital Platforms Manager at Tata Steel highlights the challenges of implementing BIM for an industry largely made up of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Within the construction industry 98% of building product manufacturers fall within the SME category, with over 17,000 employing less than 10 people. Facing an ever-changing climate […]

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