GALLERY: 50 years of International Construction

By Chris Sleight06 August 2012

The 1960s were notable for one of the biggest building booms Europe has seen. One of the landmark pr

The 1960s were notable for one of the biggest building booms Europe has seen. One of the landmark projects of the era was the Forth Road Bridge in Scotland UK, a suspension bridge with a 1 km central

The first issue of International Construction was published in September 1962. To mark the magazine's 50th anniversary, iC will be publishing a special retrospective in the September 2012 edition of the magazine, looking back over the last five decades at some of the stories which made the headlines.

As a prelude to this, we have uploaded 20 or so covers from the archives that give a taste of what's to come in the September issue. Click on the thumbnails in the 'IMAGES' window on the right to start viewing the gallery.

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