Factory in Concrete for the Pressed Steel Co., Ltd., Stratton St. Margaret

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Factory in Concrete for the Pressed Steel Co., Ltd., Stratton St. Margaret

The Structural Engineer
Factory in Concrete for the Pressed Steel Co., Ltd., Stratton St. Margaret
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New, D H;Sanders, R

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THE subject of the paper is the precast concrete frame of the main building for the Pressed Steel Company’s new factory at Stratton St. Margaret. D. H. New and R. Sanders

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