Subbasement


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Subbasement

A story one or more levels below the basement level.

subbasement

The level, or levels, of a building below the basement.
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In the end, and I suppose one point of listening to radio at all, there are several artists in my personal pantheon's subbasement who can be digested only in very small portions: Flaming Lips, Radiohead, and the Chemical Brothers come to mind.
The institution as a process subbasement are student training faculty development, development and optimum utilization of infrastructure, curriculum revision, and development as per market need, educational research and feed back mechanism, The output subbasement includes formal trained manpower, retraining continuing education, research development and services.
But some of the 11 police employees in the three units who have labored for years in a cramped subbasement under City Hall are slow to believe.
The Tower, which includes first-level retail, office space on floors 2-12 and residential space on the top two levels, offers tenants a 120-car parking garage in its subbasement area.
Because the building was so old, it had to be fitted with a new electrical system, lighting had to be added, and the pair had to pay almost $100,000 to excavate the building's subbasement because of low ceiling clearance.
The Philadelphia property in question, purchased by the Authority in 1993, contains 664,664 leaseable square feet and consists of a 20-story office building that includes a penthouse, basement, subbasement, loading dock, and underground parking garage.
Grand, a visiting seismologist from the University of Texas at Austin, happened upon another example of them while sifting through the microfiche files in the subbasement of the Caltech seismology building.
A clinical epidemiological study was conducted in 1993 to investigate health problems of several employees who worked in the early 1980s in the basement and subbasement areas of a remodeled office building.
My father told me he knew they were taking him into a subbasement where they would beat him up most thoroughly.
This option proved itself when the Bishopsgate device was detonated, and persons near the explosion evacuated to a subbasement.
The subbasement with the isolator pads are covered by an overlapping site floor that will allow the building to move back and forwards during an earthquake.
Most recently the headquarters of Felissimo Universal Corporation of America, the renovated, 11,700 s/f commercial elevator townhouse has six 1,950 s/f floors, plus full basement and subbasement.