Metal roof panels to be replaced in Sheffield as demand for the materials increases

By Alex Firth, Staff ReporterThe steel roof panels that form part of Sheffield’s metal roofing industry have been a major part of the Sheffield skyline since it was constructed in the 1960s, with a history dating back to the 1920s.

While the city’s first skyscraper is no longer standing, there is evidence that the metal roof industry is expanding, with an estimated 4,000 buildings constructed on its site each year.

The steel panels are manufactured by the Sheffield Engineering Group (SHG) and are used to protect the roofing and the concrete that makes up the building.

The roof panels, which have an estimated life of 200 years, are used on the exterior of buildings and are often used to make the roof look more like a roof and also help prevent the weather from getting in the way.

In 2015, Sheffield’s council commissioned a study to determine if there were enough steel panels in the city to meet demand.

It was determined that there was enough material to meet the demand, but it was also determined that a further $2.3 million would be needed to replace the roof panels.

This is not the first time Sheffield has been hit by the steel roof industry.

The city has seen a significant drop in its steel roofing prices over the past decade, as it has sought to reduce costs, which were increasing at a rate of 3.7 per cent a year in the years 2010 and 2011.

But the council said in a statement on Tuesday that while the council had already taken steps to reduce the steel costs, it was concerned about the future of the industry.

“Steel is a crucial component of our roofing supply chain and it is expected that we will continue to see demand for steel increase,” it said.

“However, we also have concerns about the impact that the price of steel will have on the local economy.”

It is important to note that Sheffield has made great progress in reducing its steel costs and there is no evidence that this will not continue to be the case.

“We will continue our efforts to reduce steel costs in Sheffield.”

In February, the council also approved a scheme to upgrade the roof of the new city centre tower, the largest of its kind in the UK.

It will replace the existing roof with a steel one, but not all buildings will have their steel roof upgraded.

There are also plans to upgrade other buildings around the city including the National Trust building in the City of Sheffield, which is also on the site of the old City Hall building.

In addition, a new building is due to be built in Sheffield, known as the Royal Oak, to replace an existing tower on the outskirts of the city.