National Geographic : 1916 Jul
Concrete for, Economy Economy, in the use of reinforced concrete for industrial buildings, shows in the cost of erection-which is lower than steel and almost as low as mill construction. But the great saving appears after your factory is completed--in lower insurance rates, lower maintenance, and in the lower operating costs that come from better working conditions for em ployees-better air, light and sanitation. These advantages, combined with permanence and fire protection, have induced manufacturers in over 125 different industries to build in reinforced concrete. Information for Business Men We have a 246-page book on reinforced concrete for industrial buildings, showing costs, illustrations and descriptions of many noted factories. This book will help you determine, in consultation with your architect, the advantages of reinforced concrete for your new plant. It is free on request-use the coupon below. The Atlas Portland Cement Company Members of the PortlandCement Assoczation New York Chicago Philadelphia Boston St. Louis Minneapolis Des Moines Dayton THE ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT Co., 30 Broad St., N. Y., or Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. Chicago: Send Book on Industrial Buildings. I am interested in those marked " X ": Loft Warehouse Factory Cold Storage Stable Business Garage Terminal 1 D7-16 Name and Address Firm Name Name of my Architect "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."