Structural steel buildings designed and made in Yorkshire
Steel buildings are an integral part of most city skylines with structural steel becoming an essential component of high rise building projects. However, steel is also used in a wide range of other building projects, from bridges and walkways, through to viaducts, museums, art galleries and more.
Steel offers architects and designers the opportunity to be as creative as possible, allowing for fluid, curved structures and unusual building shapes. In addition, because steel is so versatile, it’s ideal for use in the refurbishment or extension of period buildings such as theatres and train stations.
Many award winning projects are incredibly inspiring and offer a clear demonstration of how steel can be used to enhance or transform a range of structures. Some of our recent award-winning favourites have included a new steel footbridge at Harlech Castle, a treetop walkway at The National Arboretum, The Ordsall Chord Viaduct and the Victoria and Albert Museum’s new Exhibition Road Quarter. Winners of recent Structural Steel Design Awards can be found here.
Get in touch to find out more
Steel is a versatile and cost-effective building material, ideal for use in building and extension projects of all sizes. Here at Steelwork Engineering we have decades of experience in steel building design and construction. To find out more, get in touch by calling 01535 630100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org