The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 8 (1930) > Issues > Issue 1 > Correspondence. Steel Details
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Correspondence. Steel Details

Sir,- Is there not a demand for a publication of steel details for buildings only(apart from other engineering practice), say a series of loose sheets in, a small portfolio?-taken from drawings with few photographic reproductions and following up-to-date conditions, standardised as much as possible and very little letter press; also dealing with roofs of all types and spans to 100 ft., floors, girders, theatrical conditions, frame buildings, etc., on the lines of the “Practical Exemplar of Architecture,” by Mervyn McCartney.