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Steel Framed House Construction

The UK Government is pressing for a large increase in house construction. At the time of writing, the target is of the order of 5M new dwellings in the next 20 years. The crucial question is: how will they be built? Professor J.M. Davies

Author(s): Davies, J M

Keywords: housing;steel;frames;industrialised;construction work;cassette;walls;floors;roofs;stability;wind loads;connections