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Construction And Design Of A Multistoried Residential Building

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11 comments on "Construction And Design Of A Multistoried Residential Building"

Umar Faroo says:

Hi in the Construction And Design Of A Multistoried Residential Building
section the download link is not correct . there are two http in the link
plz correct it . thanks .By the way your site is excellent .

admin says:

Thanks for pointing it out..its corrected now!!

nagesh says:

for this ppt down loading is not working pls have a look on this

admin says:

The link is working..you have to wait 40 seconds before it starts downloading

RAJDEEP GHOSH says:

thank you.

KULAMANI says:

what about the design part of the building ?

ashok says:

design of multistoried building

kk says:

Construction of multi storeyed complex for railway
officers and rest house at Tilak Bridge, near ITO, New Delhi.vv

B M GHADGE says:

Pl let me know whether any building with ground plus one is also designated as multistoried or is there any minimum number of floors required to call it a multi storied building.

Melaku says:

Proud to be civil engineer!!

yisakor bekele says:

proud to be an engineer especially civil engineer.

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