Methods of Producing Artistic Concrete Finishes

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Methods of Producing Artistic Concrete Finishes

The Structural Engineer
Methods of Producing Artistic Concrete Finishes
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ALTHOUGH there have been a number of papers read within the past few years before Professional Societies on the artistic treatment of concrete, I make no apology for contributing yet another, since it is a subject regarding which we are daily gaining more and more knowledge through practical experience. Thomas Wallis

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