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World's First "Massive" Reinforced Concrete Structure is in Massachusetts

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Quiz time: What is the world's oldest massive reinforced-concrete structure? According to a November 19 article in the Boston Business Journal, it's Harvard Stadium in Allston, MA, just outside Boston. The 109-year-old stadium used nearly 9,260 cubic yards of concrete and is one of only three athletic arenas in the country to be designated a National Historic Landmark – the other two being the Yale Bowl, built in 1914, and the Rose Bowl, built in 1922. But you knew that.

Source: AGC SmartBrief e-newsletter for November 21 which contained this November 19 article by the Boston Business Journal.

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