The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 30 (1952) > Issues > Issue 3 > Unusual Design for a Large Constructional Shop
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Unusual Design for a Large Constructional Shop

The work which forms the subject of this short paper is the first stage in the construction of a new factory for Messrs. Ashmore, Benson, Pease & Co., at Stockton-on- Tees. The entire new works cover an area of approximately 1OO acres, and are expected eventually to provide a covered floor space of about 40 acres. The area of the new constructional shop in this first stage is approximately 132,000 sq. ft. F.R. Bullen

Author(s): Bullen, F R

Keywords: design;industrial buildings;piles;foundations;crane beams;tapering;columns;erecting;steel;ashmore, benson, pease & co