intermediate landing


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intermediate landing

A horizontal platform between flights of stairs separating two floors.
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When the orbiters do leave the Antelope Valley, there will be a gap between flights of at least a few hours because NASA does not want to put too much of a burden on the intermediate landing fields en route to Florida.
30hrs the same day, with an intermediate landing in Lusaka and arrives in Amsterdam the following morning at 10.
Earthworks and excavation work, including disposal of excavated material;- Excavation and laying of underground installations;- Foundation work (individual or raft foundations);- Reinforced concrete walls, steel structures, ceilings and intermediate landings (up to an altitude of about + 15 m);- Concrete works for manholes and ancillary foundations;- Precast concrete;- Weighbridge;- Access roads and paths;- Locksmith services;- Glued beam;- Roofing with trapezoidal sheet tray with WD and trapezoidal deck shell.
Steel stairs, several runs with intermediate landings, as external staircase.
Staircase with intermediate landings of steel: about 10 m
Steel staircase, mehrlEnufig with intermediate landings, as external staircase.

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