Rehabilitate


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Rehabilitate

To restore to a useful state by repair, alteration, or modification.
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Zack Circle: Rehabilitate approximately 1,323 SY of Zack Circle from Sophia Drive to Sophia Drive.
Iron County: $150,000, to rehabilitate six homeowner occupied homes and assist six homeowners with emergency repairs throughout Iron County.
York Court: Rehabilitate approximately 515 SY of York Court from York Street to the end of the cul-de-sac.
505,848 to rehabilitate siding and construct new track.
Pinecone Lane: Rehabilitate approximately 1,128 SY of Pinecone Lane from Dennis Road to dead end.
Beaver County: Aliquippa Ohio River Railroad -- $490,000 to rehabilitate track, install new turnouts, crossties and make other track improvements.
In Monroe, MI, Insituform will rehabilitate 11,500 feet of 8-inch water main and install 230 service connections via iTAP in a $2.
Needless to say, buyers tried to take advantage of the exception by characterizing their acquisitions of troubled thrifts as attempts to rehabilitate them.
Sioux Court: Rehabilitate approximately 453 SY of Sioux Court from Sioux Drive to dead end.
PESHAWAR, January 19, 2011 (Balochistan Times): To rehabilitate the electricity system in flood affected areas of Swat District, thirteen electrical transformers have been installed in different areas while two short employment schemes have also been completed by rehabilitating the damaged infrastructure in the District.
DAMASCUS, (SANA)-General Commission for Employment and Projects' Development on Wednesday signed a memo of understanding with the Lebanese Contractors' Union Group (Offshore) to rehabilitate and train Syrian workers in the construction and engineering sector.
25 million contract to rehabilitate a century-old water main line running beneath Madison Avenue in New York City, one of the busiest streets in the world.