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An Alternative Approach to Industrial Buildings

The paper illustrates four examples of the work of a design team who have attempted to produce an alternative form of construction for industrial buildings which integrates the architectural, structural and service requirements, allows flexibility, and yet competes on the same economic terms as the portal framed solution. Peter R. Brett