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The Employment of Structural Engineers as Specialists

Reinforced Concrete. I have read that reinforced concrete structures were built by the ancients; in Rome, evidences have been found of these, and some of them I have seen myself. I do know that reinforced concrete of a kind was used in many buildings in this country prior to 1909, although not in quite the same manner as it is now used. W.T. Creswell

Author(s): Creswell, W T