The main in situ/precast concrete structure accommodates the bus station concourse at ground-floor level, with eight storeys of car parking above. From ground to first-fl oor level, it is effectively a substantial cast-in situ transfer structure, supporting the outboard and closerspaced columns of the precast car park above. The size of the transfer structure is clearly visible within the first-floor concourse where, in accordance with architectural aspirations, the concrete structure ...
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