In case of general concrete, autogenous shrinkage is about 10% of the drying shrinkage. Therefore it was not considered significant to be a subject matter about managing the crack control and design. It was reported that cracks can be generated from the autogenous shrinkage. Because of the low W/B rate and the high unit binder of the high strength concrete. In this study, autogenous shrinkage and drying shrinkage are examined which is the main reason of the cracks of the high strength concrete based on the previous studies. Comparing the data from this study and previous studies, we developed the shrinkage reduced concrete using shrinkage reducing agent. The purpose of this study is to provide the data for reducing and managing the column shortening of the high strength concrete structures.