Architecture and Construction in Steel
Edited by Alan Blanc, Michael McEvoy, Roger Plank
Taylor & Francis – 1993 – 640 pages
This book provides a comprehensive guide to the successful use of steel in building and will form a unique source of inspiration and reference for all those concerned with architecture in steel.
'A unique source of inspiration and reference.' - The Structural Engineer
Preface. Contributors. Introduction. Part 1: History of iron and steel construction. Part 2: Materials. Part 3: Principles of steel framing. Part 4: Steel construction. Part 5: Secondary steel elements. Part 6: Outstanding contemporary steel architecture. Appendices: Relevant codes, standards and general publications. Advisory services for the steel construction industry. Index of architects. Index of buildings. Subject index.