Building and engineering

Call Number
N 690.6 BUI
Created/Published
Sydney : Building Pub., 1942-1952
Issue
(September 24, 1951)
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BUILDING and ENGINEERING 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18
CONTENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 19
SYDNEY OF YESTERDAY – AND TO-DAY 20
FINE SYDNEY BUILDINGS OF A PAST GENERATION STILL STAND AND SERVE 21
17 WYLDE STREET, 22 , 23 , 24
BUILDING IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA 24 , 25
SANITATION AND HYGIENE. S.T.C. Students’ Exhibition. 25
NEW HOMES AT VAUCLUSE AND DOVER HEIGHTS 25
SYDNEY WATER BOARD ANNUAL REPORT REVIEWED. Record Water Storage. 26
NO STOPPAGE ON SNOWY. Prime Minister’s Assurance. 26 , 27
HOME GOST SPIRAL HAS HALTED “STEADYING OF BUYING PRESSURE” 27
CEYLON FORGES AHEAD. Remarkable Reclamation Projects. 27
THE REBIRTH OF ROTTERDAM NEW CITY RISES FROM ASHES. 28
Go op Fiats Enjoy New York Boom DEMAND EXCEEDS PRESENT SUPPLY. 29
PERMIT ISSUED FOR 15 STOREY BUILDING THE FIRST SINCE WAR. 30
AMERICAN PLASTIC ARMOUR. Used in Korean War. 30
A GOOD BUILDING FLAN AUSTRALIA COULD USE IT, TOO. 31
The New London Arises Contracts for New City Buildings Let. 31
DRASTIC PRUNING IN VICTORIA HOUSING CONTRACTS CURTAILED. 32
Morwell Open Gut Development SLOWED DOWN BY VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT. 32 , 33
Industry Has Room for Retrenched Workers IF BUILDING CONTROLS ARE RELAXED. 33
NEW CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. For Sydney and Tasmania. 33
CHARCOAL INDUSTRY IN BRITISH GUIANA 34
The Sun Provides Year-round Warmth EXPERIMENTAL HOUSE IN THE UNITED STATES. 35 , 47
What's Going On in the World Today 36
What’s Going On in the World To-dag 37
OTHER DAYS—OTHER 38
BUILDINGS OF YESTERDAY 39
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45
ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION. British Expert’s Views. 45
New Methodist Church Group at Wagga AMBITIOUS SCHEME DEVELOPS. 46
REDFERN RESUMPTION. 46
CARAVANS BETTER THAN SLUM HOMES. Says U.K. Housing Expert. 47
Building Industry Congress of Victoria PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS BY Mr. D. B. DOYLE Delivered at the Annual Meeting held on 17th August, 1951. 48 , 49
IMPROVING YOUR VOCABULARY. 49
The Festival of Britain Lighthouse THE OLD SHOT TOWER. 50
OLYMPIC TYRE’S BRISBANE PLANT ALMOST COMPLETED. Factory Manager Appointed. 50
Advertising 51 , 52
Building Holds Master Key to Security and Prosperity ANNUAL MEETING OF BUILDING INDUSTRY CONGRESS OF N.S.W. President Fred. Wilson Re-elected. 53 , 55 , 57 , 59 , 60
Advertising 54 , 56 , 57 , 58
CONSTRUCTION OF LONDON AIRPORT. Contracts for Permanent Buildings. 60
Advertising 60
American Architecture 61
NEW CHEMISTRY SCHOOL PLAN. 61
AND NOW— Egg-Box Houses. 61
What the World is Doing 61
Advertising 62
Hemispherical Homes Latest Building Idea EGGS INSPIRE ITALIAN ARCHITECT. 63
INDONESIAN RUBBER EXPORT. 63
Clifford Cooper Returns From World Tour 64
Advertising 64
Claims Arising at Common Law IN RESPECT OF WORKMEN EMPLOYED UPON BUILDING JOBS. 65
TIMES CHANGE 65
Advertising 65 , 66 , 67
Regional Development in Tasmania TO AID IMMIGRATION INTAKE. 68
ST. JAMES’ CHURCH, SYDNEY CELEBRATES 133rd ANNIVERSARY. 68
Illuminating Engineering Society of Aust. – N.S.W. 69
ADVANCES IN LIGHTING RESEARCH AND APPLICATION. American Convention. 69
AN HISTORIC TELEPHONE INSTALLATION. 69
“FAIR EXCHANGE” 69
PLANNING AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL 70 , 71 , 72 , 73 , 74
Advertising 71 , 72 , 74
SIR T. MALCOLM RITCHIE KNIGHTHOOD CROWNS LIFETIME OF ACHIEVEMENT. 75
Advertising 75
A MODEL HOUSE OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN DESIGN. 76
LARGE CONDENSER EQUIPMENT FOR CLARENCE RIVER. 76
DUST IN AIR MEASURED. 76
The Master Builders’ Association of New South Wales PRESIDENT S REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1950/51. Submitted to the Annual Meeting held on 28th August, 1951. 77 , 78 , 79 , 80
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80
AUSTRALIA IS COLOUR CONSCIOUS “APPLIED CHROMATICS”. 81
Housing Commission Progress Report COMPLETES 3,520 HOMES IN PAST YEAR. 81 , 82
Advertising 81 , 82
Gut Smoke—And Save Millions of Pounds w THE BUNNERONG PROBLEM. 83 , 84
Advertising 83
DETROIT HOUSING FIGURES. 84
Advertising 84
5,000 EXTRA HOUSES THANKS TO AN EMERGENCY. 85 , 86 , 87
Advertising 86
KINGS CROSS RAILWAY STATION 87
BUILDING BOOMS IN HOUSTON, TEXAS. Stepped-Up Construction Programme. 87
Advertising 87
MODERN WIEN’S WEAR STORE IS LATEST SYDNEY ATTRACTION, AND GREAT CREDIT TO ALL CONCERNED. 88 , 89 , 90
Advertising 89
Go operative Housing is National Asset AND A RESULT-GETTER FOR HOME-SEEKERS. 90 , 91 , 92
Advertising 90 , 91
Remodelling Astoria Hotel, Melbourne NOW THE RESS-ASTORIA. 92
Advertising 92
“PLASTERING.” 93
COMMISSION HOMES COST LESS TO BUY Says Minister. 93
Advertising 93 , 94
British Building Research Congress LONDON, 11th TO 20th SEPTEMBER. 94
"BUILDING & ENGINEERING" INDEX 95 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 99
Advertising 100
Index to Advertisers 100 , 101
Advertising 102

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