Business & Finance: Factory Of The Future

This is a "night view" of what postwar manufacturing plants may look like from the air. Designed by the H. K. Ferguson Co., industrial engineers and builders, of Cleveland and New York, the plan is the result of a year's research. The aim: to make the factory a community asset by hiding machinery connections, replacing boiler houses with cleaner, more sightly power sources, etc., and to give the employes ideal working conditions. For management, designers stress the value of the "air view," in that an attractive plant is a potential sales story for plane travelers.


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