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The New British Steel Beam Sections

The building industry is one of the oldest in the world, for one of the primary needs of mankind is shelter. But it is only within the last half-century that iron and steel have played any large part in it. But even to-day,in the words of Professor Beresford Pite, F.R.I.B .A., in Vol. I. of "Building Construction," "The possibilities of girder and stanchion construction, especially in buildings for commercial purposes, have not yet found their limits." M.B. Buxton