Multistorey Carpark, Orchard Street, Crawley, W. Sussex

Author: Fraser, J S

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Multistorey Carpark, Orchard Street, Crawley, W. Sussex

The Structural Engineer
Multistorey Carpark, Orchard Street, Crawley, W. Sussex
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Fraser, J S

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Fraser, J S

This paper describes the design and construction of a carpark for the Council of the Borough of Crawley, W Sussex. The structure is not notable for any ground-breaking originality but, in the designers’opinion, it demonstrates ingenuity in exploiting material properties in the pursuit of the client's expressed wishes. J.S. Fraser

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