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Criticisms of the London County Council regulations relating to reinforced concrete

The regulations relating to the use of reinforced concrete in building construction, recently issued by the London County Council, are the first of any importance in this country and will doubtless be used as a basis for similar regulations throughout the Provinces. Charles F. Marsh