Our steel has been, and continues to be, fundamental in creating iconic, awe-inspiring structures around the world. It helps people travel, work, eat and socialise every day. See below examples of how we are helping our customers and communities succeed in their fields.

Corrosion protected rail crossing

Zinoco plays its part in protecting rail and powering industry.

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Connecting communities

The longest new railway in the UK for over 100 years is reconnecting communities and stimulating growth in the Borders r…

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On the right tracks

SilentTrack® is an innovative, environmentally friendly solution to railway noise, which is being adopted by railways ac…

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Historic steam uses modern steel

North Yorkshire Moors railway uses British Steel rail to take tourists back in time

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South Wales steams ahead

British soldiers lay British Steel rail to extend South Wales heritage railway.

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Istanbul Airport

The airport will have the capacity to handle 200 million passengers a year.

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The Wave

We’ve supplied our sections to help construct Coventry’s £36.7 million water park, The Wave.

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65-69 Holmes Road

We’ve supplied 1,500 tonnes of our structural sections to help create homes for students.

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Belize Civic Center Sports Complex

We supplied 500 tonnes of structural sections to contribute to 1 of the biggest developments.

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The Charter Building

We supplied 1,000 tonnes of our structural sections to The Charter Building.

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Grand Central Hotel

Our steel is helping transform Northern Ireland's biggest hotel.

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A bullet from a shooting star

Flexible and responsive delivery schedule with more than 500 unique, individually numbered elements and 15 tonnes of sec…

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Consett Academy

The steel frame of Consett Academy uses around 900t of structural sections providing the most economic solution.

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Pancras Square, King's Cross

With speed of construction a main driver for Pancras Square, steel was the ideal solution.

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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 …

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Improved service offering for German customers

We've launched a new warehouse facility in Duisburg, Germany following feedback from our German customers.

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