Title: Building & engineering news
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Contractors’ and Dealers’ Association of California
Subjects: Architecture Building Construction industry Engineering
Publisher: San Francisco : L. A. Larson
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library
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recourse has been had by himto the plans for adornment of the canalentrances which were worked out byan expert commission of planners andarchitects whom the authorities InWashington a few years ago called into adivse as specialists. If traffic can-not be carried on then labor must begiven to make the zone more beauti-ful! So the official decree runs, andwho says it is not a commendable one? VENEZUEL.4. Consul Homer Brett, La Guaira, Jan. it.Now Hull RliiB lor Caracas. The municipality of Caracas has ten-tatively approved a contract signed bythe governor of the Federal Districtfor construction of a new bull ring.The new building is to seat 12,000 .spec-tators and is to be constructed so asto he also serviceable for theatricaland operatic purposes. The plans havebeen based upon those of the greatPlaza de Toros of Madrid. [The name of the architect and of thecontractor may be obtained at theBureau of Foreign and Domestic Com-mercc. Customhouse. San Francisco,Hefcr to lie No. 722Si;.l U-
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SCHUMACHER WALL BOARD THE WALL BOARD THAT DOES NOT WARP, SHRINK OR BUCKLE Main oNice and factory, 58th, San PedrO Sts. and SlaUSOn Ave. Los Angeles, Cal.For Sale at all Lumber Yards UNIVERSAL BED Latest and Best in Wall Beds. This bed is not fastened to any door ordoor jamb. It is portable—movable–youcan move it to any part of the room orbuilding. Goes through any stock door6ft. Sin. high and 18 in. or more v^ide. H. E. Simpton & Co. Display Room Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco Telephone Douglas 3111 BUILDING AND ENGINBKRING NEWS Larsen Con^rudion Reports Advance Information as to Construction and Engineeringwork covering the entire Pacific Coast. INDIVIDUAL SERVICE ISSUED DAILY INDISPENSIBLE ♦ CLASSIFICATION ENGINEERING BUILDING Waterworks Warehouses steel Frame Bnlldlns* Street Work Loft Buildings Brick Buildings Road Work Apartment Houses Reinforced Concrete BalldlncB Servers Factories Frame Buildings Irrigration Hospitals Post Offices Uralnage Schools Court Houses Bridges
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