The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 19 > The Benefits of a Partnership Approcah
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The Benefits of a Partnership Approcah

There is a particular sense of historical continuity in building in the City of London. For example, the imposing, recently completed Governor’s House takes its name from the fact that it is built on the site of the Roman Governor’s house, and the nearby Aldercastle development is on the site of the associated Roman barracks. Kathy Stansfield