The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 68 (1990) > Issues > Issue 1 > Selangor State Mosque, Shah'Alam
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Selangor State Mosque, Shah'Alam

The paper describes the design of one of the largest religious buildings in the world, featuring extensive use of reinforced in situ and precast concrete, structural aluminium, and vitreous enamelled steel cladding panels. Great consideration was given in the design to speed of erection and longevity of materials. S.R. Atkinson