The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 7 (1929) > Issues > Issue 9 > Progress in Welding Construction in U.S.
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Progress in Welding Construction in U.S.

The number of buildings erected in the United States by the use of electric arc welding has increased 50 per cent. during the space of one year, according to a list prepared by Frank P. McKibben, nationally known authority on the subject. In a list published under his name in the "General Electric Review" for July, 1928, 100 structures were mentioned, including bridges, buildings, cars, cranes, frames and towers, ships, tanks, tests, etc., and this total, according to the revised figures, is now 138.