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Structural Features of the new Binns Store in Middlesbrough

THE subject of this paper is a new departmental store in Middlesbrough for the firm of Binns (Sunderland) Ltd., a member of The House of Fraser. The building is of large proportions and fronts Newport Road with return frontages to Linthorpe Road and Newport Crescent. The shape of the site is in the form of an " L " and the rear boundaries consist of the Imperial Hotel and the Cafe Royal. F. R. Bullen

Author(s): Bullen, F R

Keywords: binns department store, middlesbrough;clay;piles;foundations;retaining walls;underpinning;imperial hotel, middlesbrough;steel;frames;floors;composite construction;stairs;elliptical;post tensioning;reinforced concrete