Three Nationwide Plaza

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Three Nationwide Plaza
General information
Location3 E Nationwide Blvd, Columbus, Ohio
Construction started1987
Roof408 ft (124 m)
Technical details
Floor count27 above ground
3 below ground
Floor area922,995 sq ft (85,749.0 m2)
Design and construction
Architect NBBJ Group
Structural engineerKorda/Nemeth Engineering,Inc.
Main contractor Turner Construction Co.
Other information

Three Nationwide Plaza is a 408 ft (124 m) postmodern highrise building located at the address 3 Nationwide Plaza in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The building is part of the larger multi-building complex known as Nationwide Plaza. Nationwide Plaza is the headquarters of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. Three Nationwide Plaza is the 10th tallest building in Columbus. Construction on the building finished in December 1988. The architect responsible was the NBBJ Group and the building design follows a postmodern style. The building was constructed for approximately $89 million and the main materials used were glass, steel, and precast concrete panels. [2]


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