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Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at July 29, 2016
Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel

Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel: Minnesota's Historic Bridges by Denis P. Gardner
English | 20 Apr. 2008 | ISBN: 081664666X | 237 Pages | PDF | 33 MB

Like never before we are aware of the crucial place of bridges in our lives. The spans that warranted little notice are now at the forefront of public and political debate and we are reminded of the rich history-and the uncertain future-of bridging in Minnesota.

Concrete Stone Ma Textures  Graphics

Posted by Alimok at Oct. 2, 2014
Concrete Stone Ma Textures

Concrete Stone Ma Textures
5 JPG | prew | 43.8 mb

The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at May 26, 2017
The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity

The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity by F. Sehnaz Bac
English | January 18, 2017 | ISBN: 0486808939 | PDF | 96 pages | 68.7 MB

Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at May 25, 2017
Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook (repost)

Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook by Edward G. Nawy
English | 2008-06-24 | ISBN: 0849374928 | 1584 pages | PDF | 35 MB
Rustic Garden Projects: Step-by-Step Backyard Décor from Trellises to Tree Swings, Stone Steps to Stained Glass

Rustic Garden Projects: Step-by-Step Backyard Décor from Trellises to Tree Swings, Stone Steps to Stained Glass by Marianne Svärd Häggvik
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1628736496 | 256 pages | EPUB | 90,7 MB

Failed Stone  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Feb. 9, 2016
Failed Stone

Patrick Loughran, "Failed Stone"
English | 2006 | ISBN: 3764373296 | PDF | pages: 161 | 18,6 mb

Liquid Stone: New Architecture in Concrete  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Oct. 6, 2014
Liquid Stone: New Architecture in Concrete

Liquid Stone: New Architecture in Concrete by Jean-Louis Cohen and G. Martin Moeller
English | 2006 | ISBN: 1568985703 | 248 pages | PDF | 37,5 MB

Produced at a rate of five billion cubic yards per year, concrete is the second most widely consumed substance on earth, after water. It is ubiquitous and easily taken for granted as the stuff of sidewalks and roads, power plants and parking garages.

Concrete Vol. 01 - Depths (2005)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 1, 2014
Concrete Vol. 01 - Depths (2005)

Concrete Vol. 01 - Depths (2005)
English | CBR | 211 pages | 93.17 MB

Part man, part … rock? Over seven feet tall and weighing over a thousand pounds, he is known as Concrete but is in reality the mind of one Ronald Lithgow, trapped inside a shell of stone, a body that allows him to walk unaided on the ocean's floor or survive the crush of a thousand tons of rubble in a collapsed mineshaft … but prevents him from feeling the touch of a human hand.

Concrete Vol. 06 - Strange Armor (2006)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 1, 2014
Concrete Vol. 06 - Strange Armor (2006)

Concrete Vol. 06 - Strange Armor (2006)
English | CBR | 204 pages | 89.46 MB

A troubled man seeking spiritual renewal in the wilderness experiences a wholly unexpected rebirth—as a walking monolith, half a ton of animate stone able to perform astonishing feats of strength and endurance but forever denied many of life's fundamental pleasures. As Concrete, Ronald Lithgow becomes an overnight celebrity and the focus of dark government operatives desperate to keep the secret of his metamorphosis from the public. Concrete must struggle with the loss of his humanity while discovering, perhaps for the first time, what it truly means to be human.

Concrete Vol. 03 - Fragile Creature (2006)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 30, 2014
Concrete Vol. 03 - Fragile Creature (2006)

Concrete Vol. 03 - Fragile Creature (2006)
English | CBR | 193 pages | 89.02 MB

When you're over seven feet of walking, talking stone, you're bound to draw the media spotlight, especially when you live in Tinseltown. Concrete's celebrity status is sometimes a pain in the buttress … but it does bring the occasional paycheck gig. When the producer of a low-budget science-fiction film approaches Concrete to use his prodigious strength to help save money on the film's FX budget, the siren call of Hollywood draws Concrete like a moth to a flame … a seven-thousand-dollar-a-week flame, that is.