BIM, Building Envelope, Featured, Structural Products »

[27 Feb 2017 | No Comment | ]

Alex Small, BIM and Digital Platforms Manager at Tata Steel discusses the fluid process of Tata Steel’s BIM journey and the challenges of producing BIM objects for thousands of products. As a global organisation, the adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Tata Steel is a momentous task, when considering each product range, brand and […]

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Featured, How to's, Metal Roof Deck, Metal Roof Deck, Technical, Technical guidance »

[24 Jan 2017 | No Comment | ]

Penetrations through decks affect the structural integrity, and therefore must be suitably braced, dependant on opening size. 1 – Small penetrations, through the bottom trough, can be accommodated without any additional support. Multiple penetrations must be spaced at 1500 mm minimum centres.  Note: no part of the web, or crown, can be removed without additional […]

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Featured, Headline, How to's, Metal Roof Deck, Metal Roof Deck, Structural Products, Technical, Technical guidance »

[24 Jan 2017 | No Comment | ]

For circular buildings the lay of decking is dependant on the orientation of support beams. They can be installed radially or laterally. For either type installation on circular buildings, sheet ends require to be rake cut. Rake cut ends will not overlap and will be butt jointed, requiring a minimum support flange of 150mm, ie, […]

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Building Envelope, Featured, Refurbishment, Technical, Technical guidance, Uncategorized »

[15 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

Tata Steel provided a modern replacement roof system for the refurbishment of a manufacturing building in North Wales. The project involved a 1950’s industrial building that was operational yet still had its original roof material containing asbestos. The initial challenges called for the use of the best products available to ensure a safe, quick and […]

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Featured, Headline, Refurbishment, Sustainability, Technical, Technical guidance »

[15 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

This blog uses a recent refurbishment project, that we were involved in as part of an ongoing programme to investigate the effect of refurbishment of buildings using steel technology, to detail how refurbishment can reduce costs by reducing energy loss through the fabric of the building. This project involved an upgrade of an industrial warehouse’s […]

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Building Envelope, Featured, Headline, News, Refurbishment, Technical, Technical guidance »

[19 Oct 2016 | No Comment | ]

Here, Donna Mac, Facades Sales Manager for the UK shares her knowledge and provides an insight into this flexible and economical rainscreen solution by Kalzip. What is the Kalzip FC rainscreen system? It’s a fast to install lightweight aluminium modular plank system suitable for both new build and refurbishment projects. Although mainly fixed horizontally, panels can […]

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Featured, Technical, Technical guidance »

[19 Oct 2016 | No Comment | ]

Here, Stewart Jones, Senior Customer Technical Services Field Engineer, Conveyance Tubes at Tata Steel discusses the benefits of using hot-finished tubes over cold-formed alternatives. Carbon steel pipework in heating systems can be exposed to a range of stresses, temperatures and pressures. Therefore, when specifying the steel tubes to be used within such systems, the benefits […]

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Building Envelope, Featured, News, Technical »

[10 Oct 2016 | No Comment | ]

  What are HPC colours and what does it stand for? The High Performance Colour system (or HPC) is a further development of existing coatings based on polymer resin and distinguished by ageing-resistance and colour stability. The extremely high UV-resistance makes the new colours particularly suitable for usage in tough weather conditions. Kalzip offers a […]

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Uncategorized »

[8 Jul 2016 | No Comment | ]

Whatever you need to know about panels and profiles, Tata Steel makes it easy to assist you with your construction related enquiry.  Whether you are looking for advice on what building envelope system will best suit your project, how our extensive range of composite floor decks offer efficient design cost-effectively, the installation and use of […]

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Featured, Headline, Technical, Technical guidance »

[29 Jun 2016 | No Comment | ]

Here, Stewart Jones, Customer Technical Services Manager, Conveyance Tubes at Tata Steel highlights the benefits of hot-finished, multi-certified tube products. When specifying pipework for the built environment, ensuring that the product is suitably certified and can guarantee a high quality performance is paramount. As tubes are required to perform in a diverse range of applications, […]

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Acoustics, Case studies, Metal Roof Deck »

[29 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

CA Building Products used its acoustic design expertise to help Veolia Environmental Services build a recycling facility, guaranteeing minimal sound impact on the surrounding communities. Veolia Environmental Services needed to build a new integrated waste management facility to help increase the recycling rate in the London Borough of Southwark from 21% to 30% by 2021. For […]

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Building Envelope, News, Technical »

[1 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]

Tuesday 9th February 2016, McDonald Botley Park Hotel, Southampton On 9th February, Tata Steel will be presenting a FREE industry-leading seminar with one of our key Supply Chain Partners, Euroclad. We will be exploring renewable energy technologies that can be integrated into steel roof and wall cladding. The event is aimed at construction professionals operating […]

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