The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 9 > Discussion on Precast Concrete in Buildings Today and in the Future by Professor dipl.-ing J.N.J.A.
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Discussion on Precast Concrete in Buildings Today and in the Future by Professor dipl.-ing J.N.J.A. Vambersky

Mr M. J. Downing (Trent Concrete) We have actually moved a building. It was not built intentionally as a demountable building. We built a single-storey industrial structure in the 1970s, and a smart industrialist spotted that it was a prefabricated building. He bought it very cheaply and asked us if we could move it from one site to another, which we did. That is the only occasion I am aware of where that has been done.