The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 22 > 88 Wood Street, London - Stressful City Office Design
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88 Wood Street, London - Stressful City Office Design

88 Wood Street is a large commercial office development nearing completion in the City of London. Ove Arup & Partners are the structural and building services engineers; the architect is the Richard Rogers Partnership, and the client is the Kajima Laing Joint Venture, acting on behalf of the building owner, Daiwa Europe Property plc. R.M. White, T.P. Roe and S.D. Smith

Author(s): White, R;Roe, T;Smith, S

Keywords: office buildings;88 wood street, city of london;foundations;railways;tunnels;piles;basements;construction work;constraints;stability;braced frames;slabs;post tensioning;reinforced concrete;stairs;steel;cores;transfer structures