Concrete frame

Concrete frame

A structure consisting of concrete beams, girders, and columns, which are rigidly joined.
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S have turned their collaboration to concrete frame," added Turkish Foreign Minister
Contract notice: Ounasrinteen community center, new building, concrete frame contract.
Curved timber trusses, made of strips of oak laminated together, create the skeleton of the spiral shell shape, attached to an elliptical concrete frame below.
He said it took five of his colleagues and around five more workers from the area to lift the concrete frame off the woman.
The entrance to the ammunition store was down a set of concrete steps and surrounded by the concrete frame shown in the photograph.
ONE of the largest concrete frame structures in the UK was completed on time with the aid of a Bootle company.
0 million Client to MPB: SISK Construction LimitedWork Scope to MPB: Reinforced Concrete Frame Works The Custard Factory, Commercial Development, Digbeth, Birmingham Value to MPB: pounds 3.
There had been protests from British Steel when it was revealed the designers had opted for a concrete frame.
A spokesman for the planners said: "The overall concrete frame and superstructure is substantially complete.
The office of the German Embassy in Paris is housed in a state-owned building, which was built in the years 1960-63 in reinforced concrete frame construction.
It was among the first concrete frame buildings to utilize the new reinforcing and column construction technologies developed in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century period.
Round the classrooms is a concrete frame with brick infill walls, which act as mechanical anchors in tropical gales, and to some extent both as thermal flywheel and sound insulation.