10 Holloway Circus

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10 Holloway Circus
Holloway Circus Tower Birmingham (cropped).JPG
Former namesBeetham Tower
General information
TypeHotel & Residential
Architectural stylePostmodern
LocationHolloway Circus, Birmingham, England
Coordinates52°28′31.46″N 1°54′0.59″W / 52.4754056°N 1.9001639°W / 52.4754056; -1.9001639Coordinates: 52°28′31.46″N 1°54′0.59″W / 52.4754056°N 1.9001639°W / 52.4754056; -1.9001639
Current tenantsRadisson SAS
Construction startedMarch 2003
CompletedMay 2006
Cost35.94 million Pound sterling
ClientBeetham Organization
Height400 feet (122 m)
Technical details
Floor count39
Design and construction
ArchitectIan Simpson
Structural engineerWSP Cantor Seinuk
Services engineerBuro Happold
Main contractorLaing O'Rourke Midlands

10 Holloway Circus (also called Holloway Circus Tower or Beetham Tower) is a skyscraper in Central Birmingham, England. It is 122 metres (400 ft) tall, making it the tallest building and second-tallest structure in the city. It is also the 42nd tallest building in the United Kingdom.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Holloway Circus Tower companies". Skyscraper News. Retrieved 14 July 2008.