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The Solution of the Housing Problem. Conditions Governing the Successful Application of Concrete

HOUSING is not a subject with which the Structural Engineer is generally concerned, but it is one which would benefit greatly by his attention. The principal object of this article is to present the case, from an engineering point of view, for the use of concrete for the present day building requirements, particularly in so far as the housing problem is concerned, and having regard to the shortage of bricks and skilled labour. Major W.H. Smith

Author(s): Smith, W H