The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 13 (1935) > Issues > Issue 5 > Modern Methods of Flat Construction
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Modern Methods of Flat Construction

THIS paper gives a brief description of the methods adopted in the construction of ten blocks of 320 industrial dwellings, known as Evelyn Court, Hackney, and one block of 21 dwellings at Berners Street, Stepney. These flats are constructed in reinforced concrete, by patented methods which had not been used previously in this country. F.S. Snow

Author(s): Snow, F S

Keywords: multistorey buildings;flats;evelyn court, hackney, london;berners st, stepney, london;housing;reinforced concrete;design;formwork;industrialised building