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A Recent Example of Heavy Precast Concrete Construction in a Mill Building at Northfleet

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A Recent Example of Heavy Precast Concrete Construction in a Mill Building at Northfleet
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THE recently constructed tissue mill at Northfleet for the Bowater-Scott Corporation is an interesting example in the use of a combination of precast and prestressed construction which embodies certain new techniques. For this reason it is felt that an extension of the methods used may well be applied to particular projects in the future where rapid erection and the employment of a minimum skilled labour force are envisaged. A.E. Beer and L. A. Macer

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