The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 23/24 > Project Study. The New Scottish Widows HQ, Edinburgh
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Project Study. The New Scottish Widows HQ, Edinburgh

The new £61.5M corporate headquarters of Scottish Widows at Port Hamilton, Edinburgh, looks set to become one of the finest examples of the versatility of precast concrete in providing structural and architectural components for buildings, as well as its ability to be used in conjunction with other building materials and construction methods to achieve the desired end-result for the client. H.P.J. Taylor