Author: Bray, J W
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Bray, J W
THE PRESIDENT introduced the authors, who then presented their paper.
THE CHAIRMAN announced that Mr. Husband would present the paper as his co-Author, Mr. Best, was at present in Ceylon.
Early Uses of Prefabrication
MANY people regard prefabrication in building solely as a post-war development, and to some the word itself is synonymous with “temporary.” Both these beliefs are quite wrong, speaking generally. While modern prefabrication is certainly a revolutionary
chapter in the history of building, its principles have been known and practised to a greater or lesser extent for a couple of centuries.
Clifford E. Saunders