Spiral Staircases

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Spiral Staircases

The Structural Engineer
Spiral Staircases
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Ryder, D E

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The reinforced concrete spiral staircase is being increasingly used nowadays, usually as an alternative to the external steel fire-escape, which can rarely be said to improve the appearance of a building. With skilful architectural treatment a spiral staircase can be a striking and attractive feature. D. E. Ryder

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