CIRIA


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CIRIA

Abbr. for “Construction Industry Research and Information Association in Britain.”
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For FORJA, see also Pereyra (1994, 133-149); Navarro Gerassi (1969, 138-145); Ciria (1986, 192-196).
Van Aken, "University Reform before Cordoba," 450-459; Walter, Student Politics in Argentina, 29; Ciria and Sanguinetti, Los reformistas, 23.
Reassuringly for cynics, Buro Happold seem to be on board and if the site can persuade even a few commercial clients that construction does indeed have a social dimension, I am happy to abandon my quest for the ultimate meaning of CIRIA.
The BIG Challenge Awards are an extension of the CIRIA BIG Challenge, which was launched in October 2013 with the objective of encouraging organisations to undertake one new biodiversity enhancement on their construction site, development or building.
Production of the International Levee Handbook was coordinated by the construction industry research and information association CIRIA.
com's unique Web services-based architecture allows users to log on anywhere in the world and view the necessary data in their native tongue," said Miguel Angel Sanchez Ciria, managing director of ABORDA, a leading Spanish IT consulting firm.
Antonio Gomez Ciria, general manager of administration and information technology at FCC stated :
Separately, Andrew Mackenzie, Managing Director of ERS, recently chaired a Construction Industry Environmental Forum for CIRIA (Construction Industry Research and Information Association).
Rolled concrete for dam--laboratory trial of high fly ash content concrete, CIRIA Technical Note 105, London.
Enrique Cordero de Ciria, "Cristos yacentes Madrilenos," Villa de Madrid 24 (1986): 44.
Alvarez "belongs to the latest generation of Latina women writers who write making bridges that link the margin to the center, as much as her books cross borders with an obvious intention: to allay the pain of acculturation and the stigma of being an outsider making the displacements of language and geography to be the medium of art" (Bados Ciria 406).
Section=press_releases&NoTemplate=1&ContentID=13430) According to London-based construction research firm CIRIA, approximately 15,000 items of weapons were found at several construction sites in the UK from 2006 to 2009.