The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 22 (1944) > Issues > Issue 7 > New Techniques in Building
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New Techniques in Building

Definition of New Techniques For the purpose of this paper new techniques are defined as methods of construction, materials and processes differing fundamentally from what was regarded as the normal practice between the wars. Thus a steel frame would not be regarded as a new technique for an office building, but it could be so regarded for a house. R. Fitzmaurice

Author(s): Fitzmaurice, R