The Biggest Current Construction Projects in London

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London is one of Europe’s largest cities, and with increasing interest in development, there are some extreme construction projects currently underway or in the pipeline. As these projects are some of the largest London has ever seen, it also gives us a good idea as to how the skyline will change in our capital over the next few years.

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How is Steel Made?

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As you may know, steel is a ferrous alloy as it’s a compound of multiple materials, one of which being iron (with the presence of steel being the determining factor as to whether a metal is ferrous or non-ferrous). You may now also be considering how steel is actually made, and perhaps what makes it just so useful.

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What is the CE Marking?

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The CE marking is something that you have likely come across in the past, as it appears across many different products, but you may not be quite aware as to what it means and why it’s there. The simple answer is that this marking indicated European conformity for the product with which is resides, although there is more to it than that.

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What is Structural Steel?

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Structural steel is a material commonly used in the construction of large structures – specifically buildings and bridges. The composition of the material is a combination of iron, carbon, and often manganese, that is measured to a ratio that allows optimal properties taken from each material.

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London’s Steel Sculptures

Following on from our insight into some of London’s most impressive steel architecture in our previous blog post, we have decided to run you through the best steel sculptures of our capital. We’re going to showcase a variety of different techniques and styles – from the simple to the scientific – and let you know where they are, so you can experience them for yourself.

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The Steel Architecture of London

Structural steel is widely used in the construction of buildings and large structures, but the omnipresent material is often hidden away behind facades of concrete, glass, and brickwork. That means it’s important to celebrate the instances of steel being at the forefront of the appearance of architecture when we get the chance.

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Most Impressive Sports Stadiums From Around the World

A sports stadium, to many, is much more than simply a feat of architecture. This can be a place of worship, admiration, and despair for sports fans, but there is often mainly appreciation from fans of architecture and those within the industry. The expression of sheer engineering brilliance on such a great scale is something to behold. That’s why, here at Mundy Structural Steel, we have detailed a few of the most impressive sports stadiums from around the world in this blog post.

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3D Mapping Surveys

We now offer a service to provide 3D Mapping surveys of buildings.

After the 3d site survey we get the DWG drawing, this allows us to draw up the steelwork accurately to fit the building saving on site surveys the old fashioned way of two men and a tape!

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CE Marking Accreditation

We have now received our CE Marking Accreditation Standard BS EN 1090-2:2008 + A1:2011 – Execution Class 2

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CE Marking

We are in the process of obtaining our CE Marking accreditation we are at the 2nd Audit stage which will be March.

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