National Geographic : 1917 Nov
.III IIIIII...llllIiI.Illlll fl.li IIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllll i^ii l iiiiiiiiiiiii ii i Red o hw d1f w This building was ready for the New York Air-Brake Com Uy O c wner pany at Watertown, N. Y., 10 days ahead of completion schedule. Our record here brought orders for four more A head of Time buildings for the same owner, all larger than this one. T HIS sureness of results in meeting your =I= needs for factory space means that you can close that pending contract, order your equipment and materials, order an Austin Fac tory-Building to house them, and that building will be ready on time or ahead of time. Owners have found this same sureness of re sults in retaining us to handle, from start to finish, industrial building problems of any size or kind. With our comprehensive, well-distributed organization we take the responsibility for the successful design, construction, and equipment of complete factories, power plants, etc. We do the engineering work, either in our office, or we lend you our engineers to act as a part of your staff, to develop your own ideas, in your own plant. Using the Austin Organization for the entire work means unit respon ribility-a short phrase, but full of meaning to the experienced. Contracted for on a 70-day schedule, we finished this foundry building for the General Electric Company at Lynn, Mass., older one. Note the better lighting in the new building. after the order, 4 days ahead of schedule. INDUSTRIAL BUILDERS Cleveland, Ohiol New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Detroit Indianapolis Export Representative: American Steel Export Co., Woolworth Bldg., New York The longest building the' General Electric Company ever built at one time at Schenectady, 860 ft. x 100 ft., completed in 76 working days after the order, 4 days ahead of schedule. Illllllllllll[llll1[llllllllll[lllllll[lllllllllll lllllllH llllllllllllH Hlllllllllllll llllI I llIIIII ll[ !! llllllllllllllllllll ii llllllir "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."