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News - August, 2011

Presentation for AISC



Bending Considerations in Steel Construction - Presentation for AISC

Incorporating curved members in structures adds value and flare

It has been possible and practical, especially since the mid 1980s, to curve structural sections to form arches and curved elements for steel structures. This has given Architects and Consulting Engineers greater freedom to design buildings that are both functional and attractive.





Curved Oval tubes for Blackfriars re-configuration

The new station building will be built to the same height and will house a new shared National Rail/LUL ticket hall and LUL ventilation shaft together with new escalators and lifts between a mezzanine level for National Rail services and the sub-surface level for London Underground services.


Olympic Velodrome



Barnshaw’s win with the Olympic Velodrome

The distinctive ‘Pringle’ shaped velodrome was the first venue for the games to be completed. The structure has been award winning and widely praised for it’s architectural design and engineering. It was completed on time and too budget.


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