The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 8 (1930) > Issues > Issue 4 > New Records in Structural Steelwork
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New Records in Structural Steelwork

One very convincing sign that tlhe use of structural steel work in this country has far from reached its zenith is the making of new records-either for size of erection or for speed of assembly-almost weekly.