Large Industrial Truss Structures Using Radiata Poles.

John Chapman Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Auckland

In the late 19th century and up until the time of the Second World War New Zealand built many substantial structures using timber. An example of these is the kauri trip dams, which were built to assist transporting logs down rivers. Other examples which can still be seen today are road and railway bridges.

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