The imports consist of cotton and woollen manufactures, structural steel and machinery, preserved fish and meats, and coal-oil.
The weight of structural steel used in the completed building is about 11,000 tons.
The three landing craft approached that enigmatic lattice-work of structural steel and stopped.
The patent bars are all lettered and numbered as structural steel is, and can be placed under the direction of the foreman.
The rebuilding of Baltimore required 30,100 tons of structural steel.
Instead of cableways there were great cantilever cranes built of structural steel.
He grasped the structural steel member in his great hands, and in the light gravity, ascended rapidly.
The old time carpenter and builder gives way to the house-smith and the structural steel worker.
Is it certain that structural steel design is on such a sound basis after all?
Why cannot reinforced concrete engineering be placed on the same sound footing as structural steel engineering?