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[31 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

Planning for compliance? Tata Steel will work with you, providing objective support and advice at the design phase to help you achieve compliance, optimum performance and lower overall costs. Technically superior buildings that match your vision We understand the challenges of the construction industry. If you are building to specific sustainability credentials or performance criteria we […]

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[18 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

Over 14,000m2 of Trisomet® 333 System insulated wall panels by Tata Steel have been used to over-clad the Pond Hall Building of the Thorp Receipt and Storage Facility at Sellafield. The building is 36 metres tall and 192 metres long. It houses two large water ponds as part of the reprocessing of spent uranium rods. […]

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[6 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

BAM Construction has been awarded a £7.9 million contract to build Plymouth University Technical College (UTC), marking its third win for academic projects in the coastal city. Image source The UTC, which is to be redeveloped on the existing Parkside School site at Park Avenue, Devonport, will specialise in the fields of marine engineering and […]

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[15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]

Close involvement in a recent £5 million leisure centre refurbishment project has demonstrated Tata Steel’s ongoing commitment to transform the building envelope from a passive energy conservation role to one of active, efficient and affordable energy generation. Deeside Leisure Centre, West Queensferry, Flintshire, is the National Centre for Ice Sports in Wales. It boasts an […]

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[11 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Jaguar Land Rover Deck 92 project is a new 10,000m2 material, planning and logistics centre. The Centre incorporates Colorcoat Renew SC® enabling the building envelope to play an active role in the building’s environmental performance. Using Colorcoat Renew SC® has achieved a low cost source of renewable energy Using Colorcoat Renew SC® on this […]

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[10 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

The 34-storey tower at Guy’s hospital is to receive a revamp in order that it will ‘sit more easily alongside the imposing Shard building’, constructionenquirer.com reports. Image source The project has been designed to make both aesthetic, practical and energy-efficiency improvements to the 38-year old building, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust confirmed. It […]

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[7 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

Green growth is the key to unlock prosperity in the UK economy. That’s according to former energy secretary Chris Huhne, cited by greenwisebusiness.co.uk, who suggests that the UK has little option but to go green due to commodity price rises having the potential to stall ‘resource-hungry’ growth. We must go green? Whereas some critics imply […]

Case Study, News, Sustainability, Tata Steel »

[6 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

Tata Steel has announced the launch of a revised range for Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® pre-finished steel for roof, wall and metal cladding. Subjected to comprehensive natural and accelerated testing, the super durable colours within the Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra® range enable a sustainable solution for building envelope developments where longevity and durability are imperative. The Super […]

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[6 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

There’s no business like snow business and for Colorcoat® the crisp colour of Athena from its Colorcoat Prisma® range of pre-finished steel cladding ensured it got a piste of the action at a new ski resort in Kurasovshchina, Belarus. Image courtesy of Metall Profil® Building that truly reflects its wintry hobby The new sports and […]

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[16 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

A futuristic building planned for a Victorian conservation area in Oxford has finally been given the green light, three years after permission was sought, The Oxford Mail reports. An extension to the Middle East Centre at St Anthony’s College – created by Zaha Hadid, one of the world’s most famous architects – will shortly go […]