prefabricated unit

prefabricated unit

A built-up section, forming an individual structural element of a building (for example, a built-up beam, column, girder, plank, strut, or truss), which is prefabricated prior to its incorporation into the structure; usually includes any required means for erection and connection at the building site to complete the structural frame.
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The weight of the prefabricated unit was another important issue.
He said: "This man is living in a prefabricated unit and doesn't have any property or a thing to his name.
Hakogi said she fell ill during her stay in the evacuation shelter and that she will live with her son in the prefabricated unit.
Generally, a new Checkers Restaurant is ready to be opened in about 10 days after the prefabricated unit is delivered to the site.
Baguettes lock into appropriate beads and the whole assembly - windows, spandrel and terracotta elements - is delivered to the site as a storey-height prefabricated unit.
The contractor tendering shall confirm that the prefabricated unit being supplied is in compliance with all elements of the current building regulations.
Build 10 mobile armories, including prefabricated units for FARDC and PNC.
Another interesting trend that we have witnessed in Europe - and that we are now witnessing in the Middle East - is increased demand for prefabricated units.
These stores will be efficiently designed as fully modular prefabricated units to aid franchisees in rapid site activation, helping them more easily establish Farm Stores locations in new neighborhoods.
The prefabricated units were made in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Meanwhile, it''s worth noting that Liverpool would not recognise a proper skyscraper if one dropped off a lorry in prefabricated units.
Conceived by SHoP Architects for Forest City Ratner, the building will be made up of prefabricated units constructed off-site and then assembled on the premises.