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A Factory in Reinforced Concrete
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This paper describes the structural work involved in the erection of a reinforced concrete factory at Belfast. The design includes hyperbolic paraboloid and barrel vault shell roofs together with precast concrete members. The paper is presented in two parts. G.S. Millington and J.D. McCaughey

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