The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 58 (1980) > Issues > Issue 4 > Crown Offices, Cathays Park, Cardiff
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Crown Offices, Cathays Park, Cardiff

This paper is concerned with a prestige office building on one of the most aesthetically sensitive sites in the City of Cardiff civic centre. The design and construction of the conventional reinforced concrete frame and three-storey basement have been outlined. W.C. Haines, E.M. O'Leary and H.J.M. Watkins