Some Recent Industrial Buildings

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Some Recent Industrial Buildings

The Structural Engineer
Some Recent Industrial Buildings
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Faber, Oscar

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Among the duties which fall to the structural engineer in the course of his profession is the design of industrial buildings where the problem is to fulfil certain industrial requirements in the most economical way. Oscar Faber

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