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The European Concrete Building Project

The in situ Concrete Building at Cardington is part of the European Concrete Building Project. This industry led initiative aims to improve the efficiency of production and the performance of concrete buildings to better meet clients' needs for reduced costs, better quality and higher speed'. Dr Paul Chana and Peter Campbell

Author(s): Chana, Pal;Campbell, Peter

Keywords: europe;reinforced concrete;research;frames;construction work;performance;design