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Some Points for Efficiency in Concrete

The Author makes no apology for submitting a paper on Concrete, for this Institution was first formed in 1908 for the purpose of studying and encouraging the use of this material; and he hopes that this study will be continued from time to time, bearing in mind more recent experiments and improvements in materials and labour-saving machines which are now avaidable for the production of good concrete. G. McLean Gibson