Frame building


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Frame building

A building built with a wood frame rather than masonry; includes balloon frame, half-timbered, and timber frame.

framed building

framed building
A type of building construction in which the loads are carried to the ground by a framework, rather than through load-bearing walls.
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Attitudes are beginning to change now and I am more than delighted to be working with a great company like Oaq to bring the benefits of traditional oak frame buildings to a wider audience.
The tiny one-story frame building was serving as some type of store, but it doesn't even have a sign out front.
The 38-unit, 53,400 s/f, steel frame building will incorporate an existing 15,000 s/f medical center that is currently operating at the site.
He will present his forestry hall, a timber and steel space frame building, in the Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
Suitable for a wide variety of trades and industries within class orders B1 and B8, the steel portal frame building has a roller shutter door, access to a secure yard and parking spaces at the side.
Trade titles produced by Krause include Frame Building News, Metal Roofing, Blade Trade for the cutlery industry, and Comics & Games Retailer.
The structure is a frame building with masonry features and all utilities.
One of the focuses of the event will be to demonstrate to people how steel frame building is an efficient and environmentally friendly building solution that can also save them time and money.
Freestanding brick and frame building located near Lincoln Park's night club scene.
has been chosen as a technical advisor by the National Frame Building Association (NFBA).
Geoff says: "I would guess that it could be one of the Taylor brothers who ran a cycle frame building business in your area.
The 80,000sq ft factory is being fitted with computer-controlled machinery used in the manufacture of timber frame building kits.