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Centralised monitoring and control of building services symposium : Tuesday 2nd October 1979 09.30 hours to 17.00 hours at the Kensington Close Hotel, London.

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Published by Chartered Institution of Building Services in (London) ((222 Balham Rd., SW12 9BS)) .
Written in English


  • Buildings -- Environmental engineering -- Congresses.

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ContributionsChartered Institution of Building Services.
LC ClassificationsTH6014
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Pagination2 v. :
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Open LibraryOL21842320M

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