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Introduction to John Monash website.

Overviews General Indexes Project Indexes
JM's career in brief.
Management of the businesses.
JM & Australian Engineering.
JM's Projects.
Tanks and Silos overview.
Tanks of the SA RC Co.
People - Staff & Others.
People - Architects.
Bridges Index.
Buildings Index.
Marine etc Structures.
Pipe Factory.
Tanks & Silos Index.
Wall Structures.
Water Supply & Drainage.
Reference Context Research for this study
Units & Currency.
Transport & Communications.
Technology overseas (1910).
State of Profession, 1913.
Public Works in Victoria, 1914.
Approach and sources.


Technical Matters Management & Business Some technical papers by JM
Monier Concrete.
The Monier Arch.
Arch computations.
RCMPC girder bridges.
-Load Test 1997.
JM on concrete construction.
JM's contribution to r.c.
Retaining walls.
Expanded metal.
See also the Building Pages
Business aspects of JM's career pre-WW1.
Outer Circle Line.
  JM on superintendance.
SARC job descriptions.
More is to be found on management in:
  the Building Pages.
  Koondrook Bridge story.
  Preston No.2 Reservoir.
  Shepparton Bridge 1911.
  Sparrovale Silos.
Superintendence of Contracts, 1890.
Reinforced Concrete in Building Construction, 1904.
Modern Building Construction, 1907.
Concrete Construction, 1908.
Some Impressions of Travel, 1911.
The Engineering Profession in Australia, 1913.
Public Works in Victoria, 1914.


New South Wales South Australia Tasmania Victoria
F. M. Gummow.
W. J. Baltzer.
Annandale Aqueducts.
SA Reinforced Concrete Co.
SA Girder Bridges.
SA Tanks.
Glanville Wharf.
Birkenhead Wharf (project).
Glenelg Breakwater (abandoned).
Ocean Steamers Wharf (project).
Concrete pontoon.
Resident Engineers
  W W Harvey.
  H G Jenkinson.
Bank, Launceston.
King River Bridge, Crotty.
Map re tanks & silos.
Map of Monier arch bridges.
Map of r.c. girder bridges.

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