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Award Winning CLT on Show at Offsite Expo
There was a real buzz at Offsite Expo around the B&K Structures stand, which was constructed from cross laminated timber (CLT) – the team described the event as...
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Hybrid Expertise on Show at Offsite Expo
The UK has a magnificent heritage of timber architecture dating back to the thirteenth century – the team at B&K Structures are now building on this legacy by developing...
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Structural Timber Awards– Finalists Announced
The team at B&K Structures and their construction partners are celebrating success at the Structural Timber Awards with no less than nine entries reaching the finals across...
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The Evolution of CLT
Since the new Building Regulations came into force on 21 December 2018, much has been written about the use of cross laminated timber (CLT), with some commentators trying to whip...
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B&K Structures are set to reach new heights!
On Saturday 29th June B&K Structures are taking on the challenge of climbing Mount Snowdon, all in aid of CLIC Sargent.
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Ethical and Sustainable Structural Solutions
B&K Structures has delivered an innovative timber and steel structure for Cambridge Heath Road, a unique and forward-thinking commercial space that combines newbuild and...
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B&K Structures handed RoSPA Order of Distinction (17 consecutive Golds) Award for health and safety practices
We have been handed a prestigious award in recognition of our practices and achievements in helping our staff and clients get home safely at the end of the working day.
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Congratulations to our three G4C Awards finalists
We’re very proud of the opportunities we’re able to give our team here at B&K Structures, and we pride ourselves on helping everyone, no matter their experience or...
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The great B&K Structures bake off!
On Friday 28th September we joined thousands of other keen bakers by taking part in Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.  
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