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The ‘one off’ approach to the design and construction of a multiplicity of buildings of similar use, size, design specification, and finish, together with the potential for standardisation of some types of structure, has been in the minds and thoughts of many involved in the construction of buildings. This has received some official recognition in the setting up of organisations such as CLASP, SCOLA, NBA, etc. L.E. Nowell

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