2 edition of Modern road construction. found in the catalog.
Modern road construction.
Bernard Howard Knight
1950 by C.Lockwood .
Written in English
Previous ed. 1945.
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Construction systems have existed for as long as people have built structures. Technology enables construction. There are three basic types of construction: residential, commercial/industrial, and civil. (See Figure ) 1. Residential construction This type provides places where people live, including apartment buildings and single-family.US Army Table of Organization and Equipment Intro to TOE.
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