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Concrete vs. Steel Discussed for Construction at World Trade Center

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Today, there are two dominant building construction materials—steel and concrete. They make a good combination in construction. Concrete provides a solid support for the weight of the building and steel can hold taller structures up. The question is which material is the best for construction—steel or concrete? A January 11 article by the Philippine Daily Inquirer discusses the issue.

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