Author: Collins, H John
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Collins, H John
Before describing the Unit-Construction bridges which form the subject of this paper,
it is appropriate to consider briefly the procedure which normally has to be adopted before a given bridge of conventional type can be produced. The process is much the same whether the structure is for permanent or temporary service, at home or abroad, and can be summarised in three stages.
THE Institution’s headquarters are now established in the new premises at No. 11,
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