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this constructing website is protected from overhead mishaps with scaffolding. in china these temporary structures grow to be the equivalent of factory towns – sequined with satellite dishes.

Image from page 267 of “Architect and engineer” (1905)

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Identifier: architectenginee11534sanf
Title: Architect and engineer
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Constructing
Publisher: San Francisco : Architect and Engineer, Inc
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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prepared ben brought in ships to San Fran-cisco yards of the Columbia Steel Com-pany. Practically 50% of the anchorage steelwork has gone via the eastern mills.A tiny quantity has been delivered andis stacked at Rincon Hill. Fabrication of two towers is nicely underway. Throughout the 1st six months of bridgeconstruction a total of 1 ten,000 cubic yardsof concrete was placed. BRIDGE CAISSONS NAMEDWest Bay Crossing Caisson for Launched Pier 6— 7-27-33- Christened -Chas. F. Swigert4— 8-11-33—J. A. McEarchern3—11-17-33—Chas. Derleth, Jr.5—12- 1-33—H. J. BrunnierEast Bay Crossing Caisson for Launched Christened Pier E-5— 8- 7-33—Henry J. KaiserPier E-4— 9-27-33—Edward H. Connor PierPierPier CLINTON GETS CONTRACTClinton Construction Company, with abid of three,665, has ben awarded a con-tract to build 1072 feet of substructure andlower deck girder spans at the easterly endof the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. THE ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER ^ 49 ► JANUARY, NINETEEN THIRTY-Four

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ELEVATOR DOORS IN JOINT SAVINGS SOCIETY, SHANGHAI, CHINA A new stencil procedure, introduced by the Otis Elevator Business. The doors pictured above which have a dif-ferent color scheme for every floor, have been developed by L. E. Hudec, Architect. THE ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER -^ 50 ► JANUARY, NINETEEN THIRTY-4 NOTABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN ELECTRICALINDUSTRY IN 1933 by JOHN LISTON Common Electric Co. ||HE modernization of industrial plants con-tinued to be an essential element in the de-velopment perform of the year, and improvementswere made in the design and style, construction, or operat-ing qualities of practically every single class ofapparatus for industrial service. The demand for such gear, which first be-came of noticeable proportions in 1932. was excellent-ly elevated in 1933. In the latter year, a newelement was added by an enhanced modernizationdemand for central-station switching and distri-bution equipment, stimulated by the rising curveof kilowatt-hour consumption. The modernizationin this c

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