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demolition

[‚dem·ə′lish·ən]
(civil engineering)
The act or process of tearing down a building or other structure.
(ordnance)
Destroying a structure or an area by the use of explosives.

Demolition

The intentional destruction of all or a part of a structure; may include removal of structural elements, partitions, mechanical equipment, and electrical equipment and wiring.

What does it mean when you dream about demolition?

A sense of major changes in one’s life, for better or for worse. A breakdown of old ways of doing things. Alternatively, a sense of being scattered and chaotic.

demolition

The systematic destruction of a building, all or in part.
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designated for demolition or removal that are damaged by demolition and or demolition debris
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LRAPA staff advised us that much of the agency's approach for demolition activities is based on voluntary compliance, and it doesn't monitor demolition.
In this case, we discovered that the highly reputed Johns Hopkins University worked with the city of Baltimore, along with several major foundations and leading researchers, on a two-year project that determined the severity of the risk from airborne lead created during demolition (safedemo.
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In Beit Hanina, demolition of a residential house of 65 Sq.
Larry Gross, executive director of the Coalition for Economic Survival, said the laws don't do enough to restrict conversions and protect tenants and do little to limit demolition of apartment buildings to make way for new condominium buildings.
The Corps, the Construction Materials Recycling Association and the National Association of Demolition Contractors jointly funded the study.
Prior to demolition, CERL sampled at the site for laboratory tests, including: air-ambient, air-personnel (OSHA), soil, dust, building structure and pavements.
Comprehensive research of future demands for social housing in the city shows that the proposed increase in the phased demolition programme could be managed without damaging waiting list priorities.
Much of the work of CPT in Hebron is the attempt to halt the demolition of Palestinian homes by Israeli forces, or to assist in rebuilding these homes.
Rebuilding Homes, founded in June 2002, is a 3-way Palestinian-Israeli-American partnership dedicated to educating the world about Palestinian house demolitions and bringing Israelis, Palestinians, and internationals together in constructive resistance against the Israeli Occupation.