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ERIC Number: ED036090
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Nov
Pages: 9
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Systems Approach to Building. A Brief Report on the Canadian Scene in November 1969 with Particular Reference to School and College Construction.
Halsall, R.
The history, advantages, and disadvantages of component building systems are discussed. Application of the scientific method to the building industry forecasts the use of prefabrication and on-site erection of factory-made subsystems of buildings. Educational facilities in the United States, Canada, and England have made use of many different systems, including S.E.F., S.C.S.D., CLASP, and S.S.P.. The relative cost and effectiveness of each system is explained. (TC)
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Note: Speech presented at College of Applied Arts & Technology Design Workshop, Ottawa, Canada, Nov. 18, 1969