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The British Embassy Rome

The rebuilding of the British Embassy in Rome presented an opportunity for British consultants to work in another European country and to compare the skills and techniques of the two building industries. This paper outlines the organisation of building design in Italy. It describes the design and analysis of the Embassy building and some of the problems encountered during construction. Edmund Happold

Author(s): Happold, E

Keywords: british embassy, rome, italy;construction industry;italy;gbr;comparing;contracts;design;analysis;reinforced concrete;construction work