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Highland One
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August 1974 saw the installation of the largest steel offshore structure built to date--'Highland One'. The paper describes the fabrication and construction of this structure and highlights the problems encountered. L.W. Harrington, T.E. Kolz, J.Q. Rahtz and D. Tees

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