The column with 800/250 section, in the common wall of the building, is partially supported by the strip foundation that has a web of 350/800.
In general at joint areas either at the superstructure or the foundation, it is advisable to place stirrups in the columns and the beams. However practically, this is a strenuous procedure and therefore, it is preferred, as a priority, to place stirrups inside the columns.
When the web sides are not flush with the sides of the column (e.g. web wider than the column), additional transverse reinforcement is required. This reinforcement may be provided in the form of the beam’s regular stirrups or additional stirrups in the shape of a hairpin positioned as shown at the following figures.