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We started in the ground by diverting the drainage and underpinning the existing foundations; creating as much space as possible. Reinforced concrete was used to form the basement and café structure and the floor to the theatre itself. This concrete provided a robust and durable structure, effectively tying the basement walls together. Above the concrete the solution changed to steelwork. A lighter solution was needed that could support the audience and technical areas. Again the ...

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