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Design and Construction of an All-Welded Multiple-Storey Steel Structure

The purpose of this paper is a contribution to our Institution of actual experience in the design and construction of an all-welded steel structure of the multiple-storied type. No attempt is made to deal with the technique of electric arc welding as this subject is amply covered elsewhere. The various stages of the work are given in sequence, and are classified under the following sections :- (l ) Description of Building. (2) Drawing Office-Design Detail and (3) Fabrication in workshop. (4) Erection at Site. (5) Conclusions from experience gained. (6) Tests. R.W. MacBride

Author(s): MacBride, R W

Keywords: multistorey buildings;steel;welded;design;construction work;industrial buildings;filler joist floors;strathclyde, scotland;case studies;erecting