mill building

mill building

[′mil ‚bild·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A steel-frame building in which roof trusses span columns in the outside wall; originally, this type of building housed milling machinery, as for wood or metal, hence the name.
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The Site is currently vacant and is largely covered with a two-story concrete/brick industrial mill building.
The 15,000 sq ft scheme comprises former Georgian mill building, which has been converted into a four-storey office.
A company affiliated with Manchester-based Brady Sullivan Properties has acquired a long-empty, 310,000-square-foot 19th century mill building on Franklin Street in Nashua for $100,000,
Expected to open to the public in May, the new bar has been created by using an old part of the Titanic Mill building and will also include a vertical garden at its centre.
2 acres of farm buildings and land, including a 9,600sqft shed, a former mill building, stable block, kennel and paddock.
The development from Walton Homes has transformed the three-storey Mill building, which dates back to the 1086 Doomsday survey, into apartments.
A completely renovated 100-year-old mill building will be the centerpiece of the property.
George Street, in Walsall, had been closed since August when fire devastated the 100-year-old Shannon's Mill building.
The monarch spent much of the morning in the historic market town of Haddington, where she began with a tour of a community centre housed in a former mill building.
Construction of the mill building required 4,200 yards of cement and 425 tons of steel.
The circular mill building itself has been transformed into a mill room on the ground floor, large bedroom on the first floor and bathroom on the top floor.