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Television Studios ATV Paradise Centre Birmingham

The concept and evolution of a practicable solution newly encountered problem is the real challenge of engineering. The new Television Studios for ATV in Birmingham presented such a challenge in design and construction in the minimum of time of a building of unusual structural form which on completion had to be lowered to rest on a series of resilient mountings. The way which the design evolved and the construction was carried out forms the basis of this paper. B. Montgomery-Smith