The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 5 > Recent Engineering Work at the Building Station
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Recent Engineering Work at the Building Station

IN July 1955 there was ah exhibition of work in progress at the Building Research Station on structural engineering and soil mechanics, a short account of which was published in this Journal. The aim of this exhibition was to give design engineers a general picture of what research was being done at the Station, from the more fundamental long-term work to that which is yielding results for immediate application.