The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 67 (1989) > Issues > Issue 3 > Discussion on Major Concrete Repairs and Restoration of Factory Structures - Uniroyal Ltd., Dumfries
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Discussion on Major Concrete Repairs and Restoration of Factory Structures - Uniroyal Ltd., Dumfries, Scotland by C. Dinardo and J.R. Ballingall

The Chairman: Before we have the first question, let me say that I am fascinated by this paper because, by any standard, this building must be regarded as one of historical interest so far as concrete structures are concerned. What has been done here is to save an important reinforced concrete building, a building that comes from the early beginnings of reinforced concrete in this country. There are examples of ‘Khan’ bar reinforcement in the Museum of Concrete in Amberley. Those who are interested should, when in that part of the world, take advantage of visiting the museum.