tier building

tier building

[′tir ‚bil·diŋ]
(civil engineering)
A multistory skeleton frame building.

tier building

A multistoried building, the floors of which may or may not be partitioned.
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The selected attorney and/or law firm(s) shall: *Assist the Town Council in understanding all technical elements of the Bethesda Sector Plan, including, but not limited to, land use and zoning classifications/definitions, density transfers/averaging, priority sending sites, floating zones, and tier building height.
These tiers range from "partial" (tier 0) to "adaptive" (tier 3), with each tier building on the previous one.
Built at a cost of Rs 6,750 crore, the two- tier building has the departure complex on the upper level and the arrivals below.
As Headwaters moves into fiscal 2012 and beyond, we intend to continue taking steps to transform Headwaters into a top tier building products/heavy construction materials Company.
Morrow, who currently owns two dogs himself, noticed that residents in upper tier buildings were being supplied with amenities to make certain aspects of their lives easier, but were not necessarily being provided with access to pet friendly features such as daycare.
However, the firmAAEs researchers confirm that what are considered secondary tier buildings and locations have lost further ground, in terms
To find out, Security Management gathered information from managers of about two dozen prominent or top tier buildings from Boston to San Diego.
The improvements we have planned for the building should position 31 Penn Plaza as one of the upper tier buildings in the neighborhood.
At the same time, the building's rents, which are below $100 per s/f on many of the floors, especially in the base, is significantly less than other top tier buildings.
That other buildings near the pinnacle of Manhattan's rental market properties such as 590 and 5 l0 Madison Avenue--are beginning to charge similar rates to what those top tier buildings were charging months ago, appears to show that the market has climbed over the past year back towards exorbitant heights.