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After recently receiving the European technical Approval for the Macalloy 1030 post tensioning system. Macalloy are have again pushed the quality barriers again and have received the same approval for Tension rod systems Macalloy 460, S460 and 520.
After year upon year of continually improving the quality of its product, Macalloy now has the European Technical Approval for the Macalloy 1030 Post Tensioning System. The European technical approval is a proof for the fitness for use of a construction product within the meaning of the Construction Products Directive transposed in Germany by the Bauproduktengesetz (‘Construction Products Law’).
After several months of planning, students at the School of Architecture at the Technical University of Munich completed construction of the Orange farm project within 5 weeks. The township area close to Johannesburg has been provided with a new kindergarten catering 60 to 80 children. The project was not only designed but also erected on site by the student group.
Steel Structure Awards Czech Republic & Slovakia 2003-2006.
Macalloy are proud to launch our latest product line the Macalloy 520 range.
Macalloy are proud winners of The South Yorkshire Investment Fund Export Excellence Award 2006.
Tension Systems s.r.o the exclusive distributor for Macalloy products in Czech Republic has recently received the award for the building of the year 2007 at Slovakia. The Multifunction Sport Arena Poprad, which is also based in Slovakia, was delivered, installed, prestressed and designed by Tension Structures s.r.o. Utilising M64 Macalloy 460 bars and Guy linking cable system in diameter M16.
Another first for Macalloy is the development of the new Zugsysteme brochure for the German market. The brochure will cover several products areas including Macalloy 460, S460, 520, compression strut and SC460.
Macalloy has been awarded the contract to supply 1030 and 460 tendons, for the building of Mbombela Stadium. This has been chosen as one of the host venues for the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa.
After several months in development, the Macalloy website is now multi lingual, offering in French, Italian and German versions.
Macalloy 520 bars in diameter M42, was used to support the roof structure of this new prestigious arena. With a capacity for 17,000 spectators, the new O2 World Arena in Berlin will be used as a multi purpose venue for sports, music and entertainment. Construction is due to be completed by the end of summer 2008.
Macalloy 1030 was supplied for launching girders and temporary stressing work, used in this project. Construction is due for completion in 2011. The Metro will provide a mass transit rail system for the city of Bangalore.
The new Riverside Bridge in Cambridge is supplied with Macalloy 1030 as holding down bolts and Macalloy 460 as hangars. This structure is the first crossing in the city since 1971.
The agents for Macalloy products in Poland, BBR Polska, recently completed work on the bridge over the Vistula River in Pulawy. Suspended with Macalloy 460 in M85 tendons, the Pulawy Bridge is the longest arch-span bridge in Poland, with a span of 212m.
Designed by McDowell Benedetti and constructed by Costain Ltd, the new Castleford Bridge, built over the River Aire was supplied with Macalloy S1030 into the concrete piers and abutments.
Macalloy has been awarded the contract to supply Macalloy 460 tendons, for the building of Lubin Stadium. This has been chosen as one of the host venues for the European Championships 2012 in Poland.
Macalloy 460 bars in diameter M36, are currently being supplied to support the roof structure of this new prestigious arena. With a capacity for 16,000 spectators, the new Arena Zagreb will host the 2009 World Handball Championship. Construction is due to be completed by December 2008.
Macalloy 460 tendons in diameters M24, M30, M42 and M56 have been supplied for use in the construction of this prestigious, new football stadium in Sinnsheim, Germany. The stadium is to have a capacity of 30,000 spectators and will host the home matches of 1899 Hoffenheim, recently promoted to the top flight of the Bundesliga. Construction is due to be completed in January 2009.
As part of the reconstruction of the Verberie Dam, over the Oise River, the new footbridge was supplied with Macalloy S460 tendons, in diameter M30.
Via our Australian agent, Steelcom, Macalloy are proud to have recently been awarded the contract to supply the Pluto LNG Project. Macalloy 17MHS tiebar in M76 and M100 diameter, will be used to anchor the walls of the port. This 12$ billion development is set to become the world's fastest developed Liquefied Natural Gas project, with production of first gas due in late 2010.
Macalloy has recently been awarded the prestigious contract to supply tendons for use in the construction of Dubai Metro. These Macalloy 460 tendons in diameters M16 and M20, they will be used in the construction of 15 stations along the red line. The Dubai Metro will become the longest, fully automated rail system in the world, with construction due for completion in 2009.
Developed with the aim of providing affordable town houses in Hackney, London, the Adelaide Wharf residential development was supplied with Macalloy 460 in M64 diameter. The system will support a range of balconies, balustrades and staircases, throughout the building.
Macalloy has recently returned from exhibiting at the German Steel Structures day 2008 in Mainz.
Tension Systems s.r.o, the exclusive distributor for Macalloy products in the Czech Republic has recently received the award for the building of the year 2008. The District Archive Brno building, based in Czech Republic, was supplied with M10 Macalloy S460 tendons and discs used to support the glass façade. The building was conceived and built, to provide a permanent place for the storage, all round security, protection and expert handling of archival materials, documenting the history of Moravia, from the 12th century to the present day.
BBR Adria, distributor of Macalloy products in the Croatian market, has recently been ranked amongst the fastest growing companies in Zagreb and central Croatia by business.hr gazele 2008. The award ceremony was held on 28th October.
The Pawana bow string arch bridge, recently completed near Pune, is the first bridge in India to incorporate Macalloy tension rods.
As one of the largest trade hall centres in the world, the extension of the new Messehalle 11 will be supported with Macalloy 520 ties rods through out the 22,000-sqm-roof area of this Glulam structure. With construction expected to last two years, MesseHalle 11 will provide both innovative functionality and superlative aesthetics.
After two years of Macalloy being in its purpose built manufacturing facility, his Royal Highness, the Duke of Kent KG officially opened the Macalloy premises on Wednesday 26th November 2008.
After recently exhibiting at the German Stahlbautag 2008, Macalloy are please to announce that the company will be exhibiting at the Internationale Holzbauforum, from the 3rd - 5th December 2008. This will give Macalloy the opportunity to promote the application of the company's Tension Structure products for the Glulam market.
In the forthcoming months, Macalloy will play an integral role in the construction of the new terminal 2 building at Alicante Airport. Macalloy is supplying both 460 and 520 tie rods, which will support the 40 domes, forming the canopy roof of the building. The new terminal is expected to be completed by May 2009.
Macalloy 460 tie rods of M76 diameter were recently used as temporary cross bracing in the construction of Centre Pompidou in Metz, France.
As part of our continual product development programme, Macalloy have launched a diameter 29mm High Strength alloy steel bar for use in the Post Tensioning industry.
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Following the supply of tendons used on the Dubai Metro red line, Macalloy has successfully been awarded the contract to supply similar bars for use on the green line. Macalloy 460 tie rods will be supplied in diameters M24, M30, M36 and M42.
As momentum builds in the construction of the new crossing between Ballina and Killaloe, Macalloy are to supply two phases of the new bridge, which will span a total distance of 170 metres.
Macalloy 460 M85 tie rods were used to suspend the landmark Wainwright Bridge, providing a vital road link in Blackburn, Lancashire.
As a supplementary service to the Macalloy website, 3D component assembly drawings are now available for the Macalloy 460, Macalloy 520 and Macalloy S460 product range.
The new campus building for South Leicestershire College in Wigston near Leicester, was recently supplied with Macalloy S460 tie rods in M36 diameter. The tie rods are being used as cross bracing, reinforcing the structure of the building.
Once again illustrating Macalloy as the international leader for the design, manufacture and supply of threaded bar systems. The existing Architectural Compression Strut is now complemented by the Standard Compression Strut range. For further information please download the newly designed brochure from the website.
Following the successful supply of Dubai International airport, terminal 3, Macalloy is pleased to announce the company has been awarded the contract to supply concourse 3.
The removal of the last level crossing on the west coast main line is now well underway after the successful installation of a box-jacked undepass in Tipton.
Following the recent introduction of the new Macalloy Compression Struts brochure, downloadable copies are now available on the Macalloy website in French and German.
Macalloy has recently been awarded the contract to supply Macalloy 460 tie rods in the lighting towers of the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Australia.
The new state of the art Princeton University Chemistry building is soon to be supplied with Macalloy S460 tie rods in M30 diameter.
Tension Systems, s.r.o the distributor of Macalloy products in the Czech Republic recently completed work on the new arched Trinec-Baliny Bridge. The construction of the bridge required careful technical and organisational preparation, to minimise the time needed for closure on the railway track, located under the bridge.
The new Star Lane DLR station was recently supplied with Macalloy 460 tie-rods in M20 and M42 diameter. The station will become a new Docklands Light Railway station in Newham, East London. This extension of the Docklands Light Railway, covers part of the North London Line, between Stratford and Woolwich. This extension is in anticipation of the 2012 Olympic Games, which London is hosting, and is part of the regeneration in this region of East London. The construction of the station is due to be completed in 2010.
Macalloy 460 tie rods in diameter M30 and 36 were recently supplied as roof bracing to the extension of Dong Energy headquarters, Gentofte, Denmark.
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Following the recent appointment of a new agent in the Vietnamese market, Macalloy's growth strategy has been expanded to Switzerland, where the company will be represented by Peikko, in the Tension Structures market.
Macalloy's newest representative, Peikko Suisse SA, recently exhibited at Industriebau Schweiz 2009, in Bern.
Macalloy's longest serving employee, Alan Smith, retired after 45 years of service.
Throughout the construction of Dubai Metro, Macalloy has supplied tie rods in a range of diameters, for both the red and green line.
As part of Macalloy's strategy to serve the global market, the newest representative for the Netherlands market is Thomas Meeùs.
This steel arch bridge is across Mjoifjordur, which is a fjord in the West Fjords Peninsula in the North West of Iceland. The bridge deck and steel arch are suspended by Macalloy 460 M64 tie rods.
Macalloy recently introduced the Macalloy 1030 spanish brochure to its collection of multi-lingual brochures. In the forthcoming months, the company will be developing the Tension Structures brochure for the Spanish market.
Macalloy's TechnoTensioner has been used to tension Macalloy 460 tendons in M30, M76 and M90, this work was completed by the Macalloy Site Services team. The tendons provide the suspension system to the roof structure, this stadium will have a capacity of 2900, its doors open in October 2010.
Macalloy would like to welcome Dariuz Holubowski as the new agent of BBR Polska. Dariuz has a wealth of experience and will prodominantly cover the Polish market.
Macalloy has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for International Trade 2010 on the Queen's Birthday. This is the second time we have received this award, the first time was in 1996 for export achievement. This latest award was credited to the company after demonstrating "continuous achievement in international trade over six years" .
Macalloy 17MHS Tiebars were recently installed at the Sea Commercial Port of Ust-Luga. The project was supplied using 520 N/mm2 and a special 535 N/mm2 grade of steel bar.
Macalloy has recently introduced the Macalloy Tension Structures Italian brochure to its collection of multi-lingual brochures. The brochure is now available to download from the website.
Macalloy recently supplied Commune Inzell, Germany, which will provide new facilities for ice speed skating. The construction of the 82.5m-spanned roof is made from glue-laminated timber with the support of Macalloy 460 and Macalloy 520 tendons, which form steel trusses. Construction is due to be completed in 2010.
Following on from recent Spanish 1030 brochure being developed, the new Macalloy Spanish Tension Structures brochure is now available to download.
Further to Macalloy being presented with The Queens Award For Enterprise 2010: International Trade, by The Lord Lieutenant. The Queen’s Awards evening ceremony was held on the 19th July 2010 and attended by Managing Director, Peter Hoy, who was congratulated by her HRH.
Further to Macalloy being presented with The Queens Award For Enterprise 2010: International Trade, by The Lord Lieutenant. The Queen’s Awards evening ceremony was held on the 19th July 2010 and attended by Sales Director, Chris Willett, who was congratulated by her HRH.
The Veria Footbridge is the first bowstring bridge in Greece. Macalloy Site Services recently worked inconjunction with Greek Contractor Elemka to stress Macalloy 460 M30 tie rods. Installation of the bridge is due complete by the end of October 2010. Two further bridges in Thesaloniki are to be completed by Elemka in the near future which Macalloy will also be supplying.
You can now download the New Macalloy Dutch Tension Structures brochure from the website.
Greyhound racing’s latest state-of-the-art stadium is one the finest of its kind in the world and arrives at a time when Limerick is the European City of Sport in 2011. The stadium recently opened it doors to the public on 8th October 2010, providing a showcase of the best Limerick has to offer in terms of entertainment, greyhound racing, fine dining and hospitality.
Mbombela Stadium recently won the Tubular Structures trophy at the awards event organised by the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC).
The New Central Connection Solutions Flyer is now available to download from the website.
The existing airport will be replaced in late 2011 or early 2012 when the first phase of New Doha International Airport is expected to open.
Hosted by the British High Commission, in The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Dehli, India. Macalloy recently held a Technical Seminar detailing the use of High Tensile Threaded Bar and Cable components for use within the construction industry. The seminar was attended by a total of 38 architects and engineers.
Designated by Plan Abu Dhabi 2030 as the core of the City’s new Central Business District, Sowwah Island will provide a dynamic, 24-hour urban waterfront environment set against the stunning backdrop of the Arabian Gulf.
Macalloy recently carried out work on the behalf of Jackson Civils at Orwell Bridge, Ipswich. The technicians experience and knowledge of the loadings was valuable, each load was induced into the bars using a TT02 technotensioner. By supporting the concrete piers, the bearing could be released and changed.
The Macalloy Compression Strut brochure has recently been updated, with revised loads and the introduction of maximum lengths. The latest version of the brochure is available to download from the below product page:
Macalloy manufactured the Worlds first Post-Tensioning bar system in 1948. The system has been specified and used in Civil Engineering ever since.
The new Terminal 3 building opens its doors today and has been built to help the airport deal with increased tourism around the Costa Blanca.
This gravity-defying propped cantilever was made possible thanks to an ingenious hybrid structural system, devised by structural engineers SKM Anthony Hunt and Bowmer & Kirkland, which combines a super-reinforced concrete frame with deep foundation piles, two structural steel columns, and the Macalloy 460 tension bar system.
The simplicity of this well-proportioned and stylish structure resolves the visual problems associated with lattice towers by eliminating the large number of bracing components. The pioneering design employs a simple hierarchy of components: a central spine, cast steel arms and Macalloy 460 M36 M42 painted tension bars. The resulting silhouette is visually more akin to that of a monopole, yet the structure is capable of supporting a high level of equipment at heights up to 40-metres.
This Chrysler Building uses a Spectrum System, that is a unique, modular and demountable building that meets building regulations and that can be used for a wide range of temporary and semi-permanent applications, for periods lasting from one week to many years.
Macalloy are pleased to annouce that a new product enquiry form is available for it Tension Rod and Compression Strut products. The new form allows you to enter and specify a range of standard details about the product type, thread diameter, system pin to pin lengths and a whole host of connection types.
Macalloy will re-launch its stainless cable product range in June 2011. The new stainless cable range will include Macalloy’s original Guy Linking Architectural Cable System, alongside Macalloy’s new SC460 Architectural Cable System. The SC460 cable system builds on the success of the Macalloy S460 tension rod system, utilising the same clevis end-fixings in conjunction with tensioning adaptors and swaged threaded studs. All cables, and all cable components, are minimum grade 316 stainless steel.
Macalloy's updated Tension Structures brochure for the American market is now available to download. The brochure can be downloaded from the Macalloy 460, Macalloy S460, Macalloy 520 and Macalloy SC460 product pages on the website.
The Lord Mayor of the city of London, Michael Bear, recently visited Macalloy's manufacturing premises as part of his visit to South Yorkshire. The visit was also attended by several other representatives including the Lady Mayoress of London, Sheriff Fiona Woolf and Sheriff richard Sermon.
The Industriens Hus in Copenhagen is home to the Confederation of Danish Industry. During 2011 and 2012 it is undergoing a major refurbishment and extension.