office block

NOUN
  1. a building containing offices where work is done
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How To Use office block In A Sentence

  • The brief required the reuse of a rather dull office block and an understanding of the needs of the twelve rapidly changing user groups, all on a sloping site with public frontages to both street and park.
  • TAX workers panicked when documents with confidential information on families blew out of an office block window. The Sun
  • The new office block has become an expensive white elephant.
  • The 1990s saw some of these office blocks being completely revamped or refaced, though they were scarcely 25 years old - Canada House and the Friends Provident building, both on St Stephen's Green, come to mind.
  • Detectives are investigating a hoax call which led to the evacuation of an office block.
  • The next morning Tony parked his car and walked slowly towards the newly completed office block.
  • Occupants have been evicted from yet another dilapidated city office block that is being used illegally as residential accommodation.
  • He said the proposed office blocks and apartments would be linked to the city centre and included a number of public squares, parks and piazzas.
  • The Angel building was stripped back to its concrete frame and reclad as a speculative office block, shaving almost 15% off the cost of a new building and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by about a third, the designer said. Stirling prize shortlist reflects new austerity in architecture
  • At the top of the page is the office block Sunley Tower, the town houses fronting the Northern Quarter and the Arndale Tower.
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