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Tubular Columns Boost Multi-Storey Construction

For some time the tubular column has been a staple of the construction industry. However, in its form as a concrete-filled tubular steel composite column, it now has attributes of speed and efficiency which can give it important advantages in multi-storey construction. Andrew Orton

Author(s): Orton, Andrew

Keywords: tubular;columns;multistorey buildings;steel;concrete;fire engineering