masonry wall


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masonry wall

A load-bearing or non-load-bearing wall consisting of hollow masonry units. See also: half-timbered wall
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Based on Figure 8, the effect of the brick masonry wall is compared with that of the RC shear wall.
If you're installing the shelves on masonry walls, you'll need a hammer action drill and longer screws and wall plugs to go through the plaster and into the masonry.
At right, low masonry walls are all that is left of Puerco Pueblo, an Indian village in the park that dates to the early 1200s.
If you're installing the shelves on masonry walls, you'llneed a hammer action drill and longer screws and wallplugs.
Council officials are recommending 200-metre-long coastal-protection works to support the existing masonry wall and to replace existing stone steps leading to the sea with a new set of paved stones.
The jury loved the perforated concrete masonry wall of the gym and how it causes the wall to change through the day and night.
Then drive in the screws, holding the baton firmly to the masonry wall.
The school will utilize structural steel framing with concrete decks, masonry wall construction, aluminum curtain walls and punched windows, metal gable roofing with a bow string truss roof over the gymnasium and cafeteria.
The ideal scenario for increasing the temperature around your home is to develop a south facing stone patio courtyard surrounded by a stone or masonry wall.
Hogan, President of the National Concrete Masonry Association, said "Although there may be some increases in the cost of reinforcing steel used in reinforced concrete masonry wall systems, relative to competitive systems, concrete masonry wall systems are more cost competitive as a result of steel price increases and remain an excellent product of choice for designers and builders, even when the economic situation is more stable for steel.
2) a new glass wall replaces the masonry wall of the existing facade to allow natural light to flood into the lobby during the day, and to project a glowing light to the exterior at night; 3) a lattice of wood slats extending from the north courtyard wall to the rear wall of the Lobby reinforces the transition from the Courtyard to the interior; and 4) the new cast stone interior and exterior paving materially anchors the inside to the outside.