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Refurbishment

To bring an existing building up to standard; or to make it suitable for a new use by renovation or by installing new equipment, fixtures, furnishings, and finishes.
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The investment into Hallmark Hotel Birmingham Strathallan is part of the group's wider refurbishment initiative to modernise several of its portfolio of 28 hotels across the country.
The firm's newly appointed managing director, Steve Ramsden, points out that they have their hands full with many refurbishment projects in the country, especially hotels.
The current refurbishment work includes a complete strip out of two floors of office space and a full refurbishment tailored to the needs of a new incoming tenant, Foster Wheeler Energy Limited.
This part will review the previous research on the refurbishment industry, consumer behavior, SQ, Data Mining, Decision Tree and Association Rules.
The aforementioned documents emphasize the importance of understanding that buildings refurbishment not only decreases energy consumption but also improves whole condition of the building: its exploitation, noise insulation conditions, exterior, and comfort; prolongs buildings life cycle, increases value of the buildings, reduces negative impact to environment and guarantees healthy living and working conditions.
With less speculative office development refurbishment is becoming increasingly popular.
The pounds 650,000 refurbishment of Lord Chancellor Lord Irvine's official apartment was decided after Labour won the Election, it was disclosed as he came under further fire in the Commons about his Westminster residence.
Ontario is beginning refurbishment of the first unit at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, helping to secure clean, affordable and reliable energy for decades to come.
The growing rental rate in the city has helped to drive higher quality refurbishments, now more viable because of the better return.