The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 7 (1929) > Issues > Issue 9 > The New Heinz Building at Harlesden
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The New Heinz Building at Harlesden

We have received from Mr. Hal Williams a letter pointing out that the photograph of the new Heinz Building at Harlesden, shown on the front cover of The Structural Engineer for August, hardly does justice to the architectural and constructional features of that interesting addition to London's "far West" industrial buildings. Mr. Hal Williams says that the photograph shown below conveys a much better impression of the finished building, in the construction of which time was an all-important element. That the work was completed within the time specified was due very largely to the excellent work of the structural steel contractors, Messrs. Peirson & Co., Ltd., to whom he pays a well-deserved tribute.

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