flood wall


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flood wall

[′fləd ‚wȯl]
(civil engineering)
A levee or similar wall for the purpose of protecting the land from inundation by flood waters.
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Ted Thomas, project manager, said: "The existing flood wall had reached the end of its working life so we installed new steel sheet piles on the riverside to strengthen it.
Constructing flood walls on both upstream banks to protect Birchgrove properties.
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The work has included building a new flood wall and embankment at High Stanners along the riverside area to tie in with Oldgate Bridge at one end, and Skinnery Bridge at the other.
Officials said much of Bangkok sat behind a sturdy flood wall that had been re-enforced.
The project at Rehmatullah Kach constructed a 183 meter flood wall and 91 meters of irrigation channel while the project at Farhan Kach completed a 198 meter long flood wall and 91 meters of irrigation channel.
The steel plates are set into the top of an underground waterproof flood wall built within the quayside.
Newhall Land) is going to be spending well over $1 million on a flood wall around the complex.
Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that college grads with degrees in finance can only expect an average starting income under $50,000 as many first-time job seekers flood Wall Street and begin years of crunching numbers in tiny, gray cubicles.