Our steel has been, and continues to be, fundamental in creating iconic, awe-inspiring structures around the world. Yet we're not just here for the big projects, we also work closely with customers to deliver steel solutions for smaller applications too. Whether you're looking to build a football stadium or a garage extension, we can help!
Take a look at the examples below of how we're helping our customers and communities succeed in their fields.
Belize Ministry of Foreign Affairs
A landmark new government building located in Central America has been built using our structural sections.
Bombardier Service Centre
Our steel is helping create the largest cantilever roofed hangar to be built in the UK for more than 50 years.
Sandwell Aquatics Centre
The construction of a new state-of-the-art aquatics centre in the West Midlands has benefited from our structural sections.
The venue for the opening and closing ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth Games has been redeveloped using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
Manchester Airport Super Terminal
The UK's third largest airport has expanded its “Super Terminal” using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
The Hive (Phase 2), Thatchers Cider
The largest British-owned supplier of cider in the UK market is having a fully automated warehouse facility built using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
Construction continues on a world-leading research facility for robotics and artificial intelligence, using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
One of London’s stand-out commercial developments has been constructed using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
Emergency bridges in Africa
A post-disaster recovery operation is being supported using British Steel’s high-strength structural steel sections.
Edinburgh Airport Expansion
Scotland’s busiest airport has undergone the “biggest project in a generation” using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
Horizon Cruise Terminal
The UK’s busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port has opened a brand new cruise terminal using structural sections supplied by British Steel.
Hinkley Point C
The first new nuclear power station to be built in the UK in over 20 years is being constructed using bespoke British Steel structural sections.
122 Waterloo Street
A project using our structural sections in the centre of Glasgow has won the 2020 BCO Corporate Workplace award
Kumasi Central Market Phase 2
A market in the rainforest region of West Africa is being transformed using steel from British Steel’s Teesside Beam Mill.
The Glass Works, Barnsley
Our structural sections are helping transform the heart of Barnsley town centre
Midland Main Line (Electrification)
We've been supporting the Midland Main Line (Kettering-Corby) upgrade with our pre-rolled sections.
Leicester City’s New Training Ground
Sections made at our Teesside Beam Mill are helping Leicester City's new training ground take shape
Find out how our steel sections are helping change the skyline in Manchester's Circle Square development
Beaming in the farming industry
We've supplied 120 tonnes of shot blasted and primer painted sections to go into farm buildings across the UK
We’ve supplied 650 tonnes of sections to Nationwide Structures to help invigorate the UK’s technological landscape.
The airport will have the capacity to handle 200 million passengers a year.
We’ve supplied our sections to help construct Coventry’s £36.7 million water park, The Wave.
65-69 Holmes Road
We’ve supplied 1,500 tonnes of our structural sections to help create homes for students.
Belize Civic Center Sports Complex
We supplied 500 tonnes of structural sections to contribute to 1 of the biggest developments.
The Charter Building
We supplied 1,000 tonnes of our structural sections to The Charter Building.
Grand Central Hotel
Our steel is helping transform Northern Ireland's biggest hotel.
A bullet from a shooting star
Flexible and responsive delivery schedule with more than 500 unique, individually numbered elements and 15 tonnes of sections, angles and plate.
The steel frame of Consett Academy uses around 900t of structural sections providing the most economic solution.
Pancras Square, King's Cross
With speed of construction a main driver for Pancras Square, steel was the ideal solution.
Wire rod helps keep railways safe
Our high-quality wire rod ends up in a vast array of demanding applications, but rail clips is one few know about.
Did you know there are over 1,500 steel fasteners in passenger vehicles, from the powertrain through to the chassis, steering, braking, interior and closures?
Improved service offering for German customers
We've launched a new warehouse facility in Duisburg, Germany following feedback from our German customers.
Steelmaking scrap levels drive carbon dioxide reduction
As we increase the amount of scrap used in our steelmaking process, we're seeing significant carbon dioxide and environmental benefits.
Bullhead’s still best for Buckfastleigh
Our support for heritage railways continues with delivery of bullhead rail to the South Devon Railway.
Zinoco helps Brunel's Thames Tunnel stay on track
Working with Cleshar, find out how our Zinoco rails are helping keep people moving under the Thames.
Preparing the Poppy Line for passengers
We've helped North Norfolk Railway maintain their authenticity with BS 95RBH bullhead rail.
High performance rail for the long haul
A 4-year test of HP335 in freight track at Drax power station delivered a £92,000 saving on just one curve.
South Wales steams ahead
British soldiers lay British Steel rail to extend South Wales heritage railway.
Corrosion protected rail crossing
Zinoco plays its part in protecting rail and powering industry.
Historic steam uses modern steel
North Yorkshire Moors railway uses British Steel rail to take tourists back in time
Heat treat trials prove hot stuff
UKRRIN Rail Research Activity
As founder members of UKRRIN, we're working with the University of Sheffield on rail-related research.
Harmony of the Seas
Weighing in at a colossal 227,000 tonnes and measuring 361 metres (the length of four football pitches), The Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship to ever sail the ocean.