Albert Shaw House was a 16 storey tower block on Longcroft Close on the Castle Vale estate in Birmingham. Plans for the block were approved in 1968 and it was completed in 1969 by Bryant using the Bison construction technique. It was 47 metres tall and contained 60 flats.
In its later years, the block was warden controlled and housed many elderly people as well as mentally ill tenants who had been rehoused during the 1980s following the closure of two psychiatric facilities in Birmingham. It was demolished in 1997.