The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 42 (1964) > Issues > Issue 7 > An Alternative Framing System for High Sheds
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An Alternative Framing System for High Sheds

Twenty feet clear headroom is normally required for transit sheds for the Port of London Authority but thirty feet clearance is occasionally needed where mobile cranes are used within the shed. This was the requirement for the new ' L ' Shed at South West India Dock. F.A. Page and E.H. Adams

Author(s): Page, F A;Adams, E H

Keywords: warehouses;south west india dock, london;bowstring trusses;tubes;steel;aluminium;cladding;low rise