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Raising a Cinema Roof

The Structural Engineer
Raising a Cinema Roof
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THE re-building of Regent Street affords many interesting examples of steel construction. In many cases the irregularity of the site plan, the architectural designs to render the buildings artistic and attractive, and the internal arrangements desired by the owner, make it necessary to resort to considerable ingenuity in designing the steel framing, which has to carry the floors and the roof, the partition walls and some portion of outer walls as well. M.B. Buxton

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