coursed rubble


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Related to coursed rubble: random rubble, coursed ashlar

coursed rubble

[¦kȯrsd ′rəb·əl]
(civil engineering)
Masonry in which rough stones are fitted into approximately level courses.

coursed rubble

Masonry construction in which roughly dressed stones of random size are used, as they occur, to build up courses; the interstices between them are filled with smaller pieces, or with mortar.
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At Great Coxwell, one of the main qualities to which the barn owes its longevity is the 'foundations of impeccable design,' which, set into unusually solid ground, support the 'roughly coursed rubble of Cotswold stone' and the reinforcing 'ashlar-faced buttresses.
Tenders are invited for For Earthwork Excavation, Bed Lime Concrete, Thick Dhrangdhara Stone Flooring, Oil Paint Over Ms Grills, Breaking Of Old Masonry Pedestal, Coursed Rubble Stone Masonry Dwarf Wall, Leveling And Fixing Of Ms Grill