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20Jan94 UK: FRESH SETBACK HITS LIBRARY PROJECT - BRITISH LIBRARY SPRINKLER SYSTEM.

Specialists working on the £450 million British Library project in London are testing the sprinkler system to see if it will need modification.This latest much publicised problem adds to the embarrassment of the project team. The library was due to open in the late 1980s but this has been put back to 1996.The client, the Department of National Heritage, said the sprinkler system had been installed according to plan, but testing had highlighted potential problems.The system is of ...

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