Concrete panel

Concrete panel

A panel that is precast and prefabricated elsewhere and placed in the structure, rather than cast in place.
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West First Avenue (Chambers Street to Blair Avenue): Excavation and concrete panel work will take place Monday-Friday.
The property has great curb appeal with a concrete panel facade and an attractively landscaped campus with parking for 362 cars.
He was helping to construct cattle troughs when the 5m by 1m concrete panel came crashing down on him.
From the blast test conducted on the NRC concrete panel it was noticed that spalling (spilling) occurs on the top surface of the NRC concrete panel when it is subjected to blast loading, while scabbing occurs at the bottom part of the panel.
Marek said: "I consider myself the bionic man because of my concrete panel. I can feel it and the little lumps and bumps on it."
This figure shows the region of the slab (concrete panel) near the footing, including a floor covering and the layers of insulation, gravel, and soil below the slab.
He did confirm, however, even the robustness of the concrete panel buildings that were built all across Bulgaria during the communist period.
Sydney, Australia, Aug 4, 2010 - (ABN Newswire) - Brickworks Limited (ASX:BKW) today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire the Girotto(TM) and Gocrete(TM) precast concrete panel businesses from Boral Limited (ASX:BLD) for A$13.8 million.
How can a highway maintenance department replace deteriorated concrete panel without tying up traffic on a busy interstate for the 24 to 36 hours concrete needs to cure?
A new design for dampening vibration gives concrete panel railroad crossings an extended lease on life.
Davidson Ayson, Consulting Engineer, recognized the importance of these factors when he specified the THERMOMASS [R] Building System for the concrete panel construction system.
The section of concrete panel roadway runs between High and Ferry streets.