Fireproof construction

Fireproof construction

A method of building that employs noncombustible materials, such as a steel frame covered with a fire-resistant material.
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Contract awarded for Poeun elementary school and one other school (Youngcheon seconds) repair and fire doors fireproof construction of the shutter installation
Its exterior is treated decoratively in polychrome brickwork, especially the main Cheapside elevation, which raises the building above the ordinary; this and its fireproof construction denotes it enjoyed some prestige.
When it comes to mill architecture, this building has it all: "Brick mill construction and fireproof construction, low-pitched (nearly flat) roof, segmented-arched window and door openings, and transomed double windows,'' according to its National Register of Historic Places application.
It was remarkable for its fireproof construction, for being lit by electricity throughout, for having six 'ascending rooms' or lifts and, above all, for offering as many as 70 en suite bathrooms when the number of such exotic facilities in other recent grand hotels in the capital could be numbered on the fingers of one hand (although the Hotel Cecil had even more bathrooms).
The entire nine-story structure has been upgraded with all-steel fireproof construction and is served by two elevators.
Built in 1889-92, its pointy-arched facade hides a more modern fireproof construction of concrete floors and iron frame.
Critical mixing and casting methods produce fireproof construction panels that do not shrink or crack like concrete, and are not prone to attack by vermin or insects.
Nineteenth-century builders were also aware of the obvious distinction between incombustible and fireproof construction.
They are probably the finest buildings of their kind in London, and of fireproof construction throughout.
Standards that will particularly be impacted will be those related to fireproof construction and design, fire prevention, evacuation, earthquake safety, construction technology, building equipment, natural lighting requirements, and hygiene.
At Darley Abbey, on the outskirts of Derby, the Evans family developed an impressive complex of mills, pioneered advances in fireproof construction and built model housing and community facilities for their workers.
Such materials will offer homeowners fireproof construction and outstanding insulative qualities, as well as low cost and quick assembly.