For the Ball State University Library (Muncie, Indiana) it was proposed that a 330,000 square foot structure be built four stories high with an architectural concrete finish on the 80 percent of the concrete that would be exposed. A construction method had to be chosen to provide maximum efficiency, structural integrity, and quality of finish. The Soffit Construction Company employed gang forming systems, flying forms, and extensive use of prefabricated fiberglass-reinforced plastic forms. Columns, column connections, girders, and deck were all formed with this material. Ganged pan forms were used for the exposed slab areas and these were supported by adjustable steel shoring. This flying slab system formed a 27 by 27 foot bay at one time. The contractor feels that he has in effect obtained an architectural concrete for the price of structural. He also discovered, as the job progressed and became more efficient, that labor costs were running 15 to 20 percent below the estimate, even including the time needed to assemble the steel shoring on the site which had not been included in the estimate. Fiberglass-reinforced plastic forms sufficient for about 40,000 square feet of typical floor construction were stocked on the job. A basic working module of approximately 5,000 square feet was established for setting, casting, and stripping. It was found possible on this job to work more efficiently and flexibly to this are than a larger one. Eventually the contractor was able to complete about 2 and one-half working modules per five day working week and complete each floor in approximately five weeks.