Building and engineering

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N 690.6 BUI
Created/Published
Sydney : Building Pub., 1942-1952
Issue
(April 24, 1951)
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BUILDING and EBNGINEERING 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18
CONTENTS FOR APRIL 19
AN UNUSUAL VICTORIAN SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT OF HEXAGONAL CLASSROOM. 20
FIRST BRITISH MULTI STOREY PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BUILDING COMPLETED. 21
PERSONAL. 21
SOME RECENT VICTORIAN SCHOOLS 22
FREDERICK STEARNS & CO. FINE, MODERN PREMISES, GLEBE POINT ROAD, SYDNEY. 23 , 24
BALLOON HOUSES—BRAZILIAN STYLE. 24 , 25
SPUN GLASS PRODUCT GIVES THIRD DIMENSIONAL LIGHT EFFECT. 25 , 26 , 27
SOUTHAMPTON'S NEW TERMINAL BUILDING MAKES TRANSPORT HISTORY. Mechanically Extended Gangways. 28 , 29
SOMETHING WRONG SOMEWHERE? What’s The Answer? 29
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIANT HEATING SYSTEMS 30 , 31 , 32 , 33
Rapid Steel Framed Building Construction CHAMBERLAIN ROOF TRUSSES. 33
"THE EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND" MODERN LIGHTING INSTALLLED IN REFIT. 34
Toronto Launches Twenty six Million Dollar Dollar Improvement Plan CANADA S SECOND CITY GROWS AMAZINGLY. 35
AUGMENTING THE WATER SUPPLY OF LONDON. 35
What’s Goiny On in the World Today 36 , 37
OTHER DAYS—OTHER WAYS 38
BUILDINGS OF YESTERDAY 39
QUEENSLAND’S NEW STATE SCHOOLS MODERN PLANNING AND DESIGN. 40 , 41
DIESEL-ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES FOR AUSTRALIAN LINES. 41
BOOK REVIEWS. 41
FILM COMPANY ACQUIRES INTEREST IN RADIO STATION. 41
Radio Station Design is Distinct Art SIX OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURAL EXAMPLES. 42 , 43
GOOD FENCING CAN ENHANCE ALL GARDENS. 43
PAPER SUPPLIES OF THE FUTURE. 43
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT MADE, DESPITE HANDICAPS. 44
A REVOLUTION IN ECCLESIASTICAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION. 44
“Skylon” is Symbolic Feature of Festival UNIQUE STRUCTURE POSED MANY PROBLEMS. 45
ADROITNESS IN ADVERTISING. 45
U.S. Newspapers Pursue Expansion Policy NEW PLANTS, HOMES, ACROSS NATION. 46
WELDED GIRDERS AND COMPRESSION MEMBERS. 46
PAVED WITH GOLD! 46
A New Branch of the Rural Bank DAKING HOUSE, RAWSON PLACE, SYDNEY. 47
Air Entrained Concrete and Mortars INTEREST IN AUSTRALIA. 48
PAKISTAN BUILDS PAPER MILL. 48
FLUORESCENT LIGHTING IN AN OPERATING THEATRE. 48
NEWS OF THE MONTH Associations Companies Personalities Government 49 , 50
NEWCASTLE HOMEBUILDING FIGURES. 50
CEMENT OUTPUT DOWN. 50
N.Z. HOUSING PROGRESS. 50
Advertising 51
The Royal Australian Institute of Architects TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT. 52 , 53 , 54
Advertising 52 , 54
£l5 MILLION FOR SCHOOLS. 54
SYDNEY UNIVERSITY GETS INCREASED GRANT. 54
HOUSING FIGURES SHOW RISH 54
Timber Famine Threatens STOCKS IN SYDNEY AT LOWEST EBB. SHIPS IN QUARANTINE. 55 , 56 , 57
Advertising 56
MALAYA BUILDS HIGHWAYS TO RESIST RED MENACE. 57
Advertising 57
CONSTRUCTION PINCH IN U.S.A. 57
Advertising 57 , 58
BRITISH GENERATING PLANT FOR AUSTRALIA. 58
£500,000 LONDON CATHEDRAL RECONSTRUCTION SCHEME. 58
ARCHITECT HAS “HAD IT" 58
The Structural Engineer in the Municipal Field 59 , 60 , 61 , 63
Advertising 60 , 62 , 64
Illuminating Engineering Society of Aust. N.S.W. 65
Advertising 66
Energy for a Greater Australia OIL PROSPECTS IN AUSTRALIA. 67 , 68 , 69
Infected Timber Sets Problem 69 , 71 , 72 , 73
Advertising 69 , 70
“Power Shortages For Years” IS OPINION OF ENGINEERS. 74
MANCHESTER’S NEW TOWN. 74
Advertising 74
Steel Famine Until More Goal GRAVE SHORTAGE PREDICTED BY INDUSTRY. 75 , 77
Advertising 76
Queensland Leads in Housing GREATEST NUMBER BUILT PER HEAD OF POPULATION. 77
Will This Solve Shipping Problem? “BYLO” METHOD MAY BE ANSWER. 78 , 79
Advertising 79 , 80
The Great Australian Apathy “COULDN’T CARE LESS,” SEEMS CATCH-CRY. 80 , 81
Advertising 80 , 81
CHURCHES BUILDING. 81
Advertising 81
Success Is Up To You! 82
Advertising 82
GIANT PUBLIC GARAGE MULTI-STORIED NEW YORK PROJECT. 83
International Federation of Building FIRST BULLETIN FEATURES AUSTRALIAN BRICK HOUSESAT £1200! 84
Advertising 84
Building 10,000 Homes a Year THE AMAZING LEVITTOWN 85 , 86
Advertising 86
The Scope for Architects in Australia’s Development SENATOR TATE; ADDRESSES ARCHITECTS. 87
Advertising 87 , 88
Prestressed Concrete As a Structural Material QUEEN MARY COLLEGE BUILDING. 89 , 90 , 91
Advertising 89 , 90
British Museum Reading Room REPOSITORY OF 5.000,000 BOOKS. 91
HOUSING COSTS UP. 91
Advertising 91
Spooner Built Homes COULD BE ANSWER TO HOUSE FAMINE. 92
Advertising 92
NO SUBSIDY FOR FOREIGN BUILDERS. 92
Produce More Cement Or Else! VICTORIAN PREMIER “TALKS TOUGH.” 93
CEMENT SHORTAGE STILL ACUTE. 93
Advertising 93
"BUILDING & ENGINEERING" INDEX 94 , 95 , 96 , 97 , 98
Index to Advertisers 98 , 99
Advertising 98 , 100

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Master Builders' Federation of Australia & Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia (N.S.W.). (1942). Building and engineering Retrieved March 5, 2024, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-300932995

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