The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 13 > Construction of Steel Framed Buildings
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Construction of Steel Framed Buildings

THE DEVELOPMENT of structural design from the early employment of cast iron, through combinations of cast and wrought iron to the modern use of steel, has taken nearly a century. Its history makes absorbing reading, but only a few of the salient points can be mentioned in this paper. Lewis E. Kent and Lt.-Col.G.W. Kirkland