The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 86 (2008) > Issues > Issue 18 > Prefabricated earth constructions in the UK and Europe
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Prefabricated earth constructions in the UK and Europe

The study on the use of prefabricated earth construction products in the field of structural engineering consisted of visiting a number of buildings, and attending a conference and a course on the subject. These activities took place in Germany, India and Scotland, and were aimed at assessing the feasibility of constructing with earth construction materials, more particularly prefabricated low processed earth products, in Northern Europe.