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The Design and Construction of the Queen Elizabeth II Law Court

This paper describes the structural design and construction of the Queen Elizabeth II law court, situated in Birmingham. The particular problems of crown court planning as they affected the structural design, the solution produced, and the execution of the detailed design, are discussed. The construction stage is also described and includes the results of the dynamic analysis of the piled foundations. R.A. Davis