The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 3 (1911) > Issues > Issue 1 > General concrete practice
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General concrete practice

In the use of concrete, so far as it is connected with the erection of buildings and allied purposes, more than a merely superficial knowledge of the subject is required in order to ensure satisfactory results. Thomas Potter

Keywords: Concrete