The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 56 (1978) > Issues > Issue 2 > Redevelopment of Queen Anne's Mansions
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Redevelopment of Queen Anne's Mansions

The paper describes the construction of the former Queen Anne 's Mansions and outlines some of the legal encounters of its builder. A brief outline of the site investigation and its conclusions are given and the conditions around the boundary and how they were dealt with are described. The principles of the framing are explained and areas of particular complexity described. Extensive use was made of precast concrete for complex profiles and a brief description of some of the panels is given. A new technique for assembling stone panels is described together with details of the principle units embodying these techniques. G.K. Montgomery-Smith