temporary structures

temporary structures

[¦tem·pə‚rer·ē ′strək·chərz]
(civil engineering)
Structures used to facilitate the construction of buildings, bridges, tunnels, and other above- and below-ground facilities by providing access, support, and protection for the facility as well as assuring the safety of the workers and the public.
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There were protests by residents who resisted the move but the askaris flattened more than 100 temporary structures using bulldozers.
The King Abdullah Exhibition Centre, with 6,500 sq m of leasable space, will be one of the largest temporary structures to be built in the region, said the Saudi Gazette report.
Dismantling of the Temporary Townshi p com prising of temporary structures for accommodation and allied structures and services, leveling, temporary road formation, sanitary & water supply facilities, lighting system etc.
Mahaffey Fabric Structures serves customers throughout North America, Mexico, the Caribbean and beyond, installing as many as 400+ temporary structures in a typical year.
The King Abdullah Exhibition Centre, with 6,500 sq m useable space, will be one of the largest temporary structures to be built in the region, said the Saudi Gazette report said.
What is the demand like for temporary structures in the UAE, and in the wider GCC?
Design Solutions and Innovations in Temporary Structures
City officials say the new training center will replace several temporary structures that now house the manufacturing program.
De Boer provides temporary structures for the world's leading oil and gas companies, semi-permanent extensions to schools and colleges, high-end sales centres for property developers, and baggage handling, storage facilities and temporary terminals for some of the world's busiest airports.
The new 19,000-square-foot church is a welcome replacement for the temporary structures and tents congregants used in recent years.
Since the original bridge collapsed we have worked closely with the local community to ensure alternative and temporary structures were in place.
Although the World Cup starts on June 12 but some cities are behind schedule, with Porto Alegre's Beira Rio stadium, which is due to host five matches, still needing temporary structures to house the media, sponsors and other requirements by FIFA.

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