The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 9 (1931) > Issues > Issue 10 > Jointless Concrete Roads and Walls
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Jointless Concrete Roads and Walls

The new development in concrete road construction,whereby roads and pavements built on the “Anchorete” system are laid without joints, visible cracks, or warping, is dealt with in the booklet "Concrete Roads, Past, Present and Future.” J.H. Walker

Author(s): Walker, J H