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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Saved The mill building was earmarked for demolition in 1988
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,
2 acres of farm buildings and land, including a 9,600sqft shed, a former mill building, stable block, kennel and paddock.
Utilizing land both east and west of South Street, the plan incorporates the two buildings, ample parking space, a water treatment facility and a memorial marking the old mill building.
Conducting the required civil works for the completion of Al Huda Flour Mill Building in Shoubra El Kheima.
The development from Walton Homes has transformed the three-storey Mill building, which dates back to the 1086 Doomsday survey, into apartments.
At present, Aker Solutions is constructing the pipe mill building for the equipment and operations under a previous contract.
The two men would track down, acquire at their own expense, restore and equip a mill with the proper equipment dating to the 1880s - if the club would construct a mill building.
As part of the renovation, the whole mill building will be fully restored, the mill's inner workings will be built from scratch and a new hydro-system will be installed.
A completely renovated 100-year-old mill building will be the centerpiece of the property.