The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1922) > Issues > Issue 2 > Reinforced concrete piers
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Reinforced concrete piers

Ordinary concrete has been employed for very many years in the construction of piers, dock and harbour works, and reinforced concrete has been similarly used for nearly a quarter of a century in this country. During that period some 350 maritime and kindred structures are said to have been completed on the Mouchel-Hennebique system alone, and if similar statistics were available as to the works executed in accordance with other systems of reinforced concrete, the number mentioned would be very largely increased. W. Noble Twelvetrees