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Report - Fiveways Tower (Birmingham) - 21.08.07

turkey

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Finally visited this place after years of looking and hoping. Visited with Raddog, Bubblehead and MrPK.

This building has this...

Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a combination of ailments (a syndrome) associated with an individual's place of work; typically, but not always, an office building (though there have also been instances of SBS in residential buildings). A 1984 World Health Organization report into the syndrome suggested up to 30% of new and remodelled buildings worldwide may be linked to symptoms of SBS. Sick building causes are frequently pinned down to flaws in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, and are often 'cured' by boosting the overall turn-over rate in fresh air exchange with the outside air. Other causes have been attributed to contaminants produced by out-gassing of some types of building materials, or improper exhaust ventilation of light industrial chemicals used within.

Great views...best ive seen of Birmingham.

here's the pictures...


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turk ;)
 

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