The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 38 (1960) > Issues > Issue 6 > Tall Buildings-Problems in the Design and Construction as affecting the Structural Engineer
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Tall Buildings-Problems in the Design and Construction as affecting the Structural Engineer

The necessity for ever increasing elevation of buildings arises from a number of causes, and while these reasons do not form any part of the design and construction problems involved, they are, in the author’s view, worth stating. Lt.-Colonel G. W. Kirkland

Author(s): Kirkland, G W

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