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'The precast concrete beams span the first 12 m and then have another 4 m of propped cantilever off the end of that,' said Mr Huxster. 'As they are going up the beams are bearing on the in situ columns and suspended on temporary ranking hangers until the load is supported by the cast gun metal facade.'With the cladding being an intrinsic part of the structure, setting-out was critical, as each of the precast beams had to match with the glazing system.In most areas the setting out tolerances ...

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