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'Just-in-Time' Construction at Ford

The combination of a radical idea, mass manufacturing techniques and close design collaboration have resulted in the speedy construction of a new underground recycling facility at Ford’s Bridgend plant. M. Swan, G. Wright and D. Rowbottom

Author(s): Swan, M;Wright, G;Rowbottom, D

Keywords: fabricating;recycling;basements;steel;sheet piles;construction work;piling;roofs;ford plant, bridgend, mid glamorgan;wales;decks;panels