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building element

An architectural component of a building, facility, or site.
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3D object catalogs with building elements, textures, objects for furnishing
Surplus material is used elsewhere or can be utilized in building elements.
A major finding from the 2009 Autodesk/AIA Green Index report, published by the AIA and San Rafael, California-based Autodesk AEC Solutions, was that 42 percent of architects reported clients asking for green building elements on a majority of their projects, with 47 percent of clients actually implementing green building elements on their projects, an increase of 15 percent from 2007.
The order, the company's largest single order to date, covers prefabricated concrete building elements for the World Trade Center project in Malmo.
The Lego Mindstorms NXT set includes a variety of electronic parts (motors, sensors, and the programmable NXT microcomputer), as well as building elements, for building robots.
An attractive component of Cedars is its inclusion of "green" building elements.
Academic facility owners are champions in adding green building elements to new construction and renovation projects.
In particular, the global political-economic transformations that contributed to the making of the contemporary Middle East were de-emphasized, if not absent in favor of the national, cultural, and state building elements.
The condition assessment in the NASA Method begins with a rapid visual inspection of nine different building elements within each facility at a given installation.
The code stipulates that certain building elements, such as columns and beams, will need to be heavier, for example, and that a building's openings will require sturdier reinforcement.
The report also examines studies concerning the relationship between student outcomes and behavior based on the overall building condition as well as the influence of individual building elements.
This document provides guidance in the preparation of specific requirements for testing and evaluation of building elements for their ability to resist the effects of floodwater exposure.

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