Foundations and Concrete Works: Containing a Synopsis of the Principal Cases of Foundation Works, with the Usual Modes of Treatment, and Practical Remarks of Footings, Planking, Sand, Concrete, Béton, Pile-driving, Caissons, and Cofferdams
Lockwood & Company, 1872 - 120 pages
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