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Top steel award shared by City and HK buildings


HONG KONG airport's new passenger terminal shared first place with City of London office development Thames Court in the Structural Steel Design Awards this week.

Motorola's new Groundwell factory in Swindon won the industrial category.

All entries were praised for designs which highlighted the efficient, cost effective, innovative and aesthetic use of steel.

The awards were backed by the British Constructional Steelwork Association, the Steel Construction Institute and Corus Group - the new international metals group formed by the merger of British Steel and Hoogovens.

Three other projects commended included London's North Greenwich Interchange, the new Orange telecom operations facility in Darlington and Stratford Station on the Jubilee Line Extension.

NCE's Delivering the JLE supplement last month omitted to mention that consultant Hyder acted as technical consultant on contract 112, not the JLE in-house team as stated.

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