The London 2012 aquatics centre roof was built by Rowecord
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Rowecord Engineering, Newport: Hopes steel firm jobs can be saved

27 April 2013 Last updated at 10:47 BST

Union officials say they hope part of Wales' biggest steel contractor can be saved after it announced it will go into administration on Monday.

Newport-based Rowecord Engineering says its 400 staff could be made redundant.

The roof for the Olympics aquatic centre was among its many high-profile projects.

Brian Godsell, regional co-ordinating officer for the Unite trade union, told Peter Johnson of BBC Radio Wales they were dealing with the collapse of a major company.