Shell Concrete Construction

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Shell Concrete Construction

The Structural Engineer
Shell Concrete Construction
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Snow, F S

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The name shell construction indicates very clearly the type of structure it implies, that is, a structure forming a roof of very thin reinforced concrete construction and like an egg shell-very strong. F.S. Snow

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