Title: Methods and Costs of Reinforced Concrete Construction with Separately Molded Members
Author(s): William H. Mason
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 48-71
The method of constructing mill buildings by casting the members separately and erecting them after they have become sufficiently hard to handle has been followed by our company for somewhat over a year. During this time we have built two kiln buildings and one clinker storage building. This paper is an attempt to describe a cement storage building, from which although not yet completely erected, we can give better details, photographs and costs than on any of the previous buildings. All of the members for the building are made, and now it only remains to finish the erection, and a part of the side walls.