Renovation


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renovation

[‚ren·ə′vā·shən]
(ordnance)
Process of restoring materiel to, or nearly to, its original condition by cleaning, painting, or similar methods.
Restoration of ammunition to serviceable condition by operations more extensive or hazardous than routine ammunition maintenance; normally involves replacement of components.

Renovation

The process of repairing and changing an existing building for modern use to make it functionally equivalent to that of a new building.

renovation

The restoration of a building to its almost new condition.
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Also, there has been a profitable pipeline renovation unit within the discontinued Building Renovation service area.
Home renovation market in China, a RMB4 trillion (USD620 billion) blue sea
Rabonza explained that policies and guidelines were crafted in line with the revival of the commission he was leading, which, in part, would review all plans for new constructions and major renovations in line with diocesan policies and building code.
Compared to most industries, corporate America hasn't pushed for green elements in their renovations and build-outs as strongly as other building owners.
She was a maintenance worker at a golf course in suburban Edmonton and reported that several co-workers had experienced similar symptoms after the renovation of a fairway.
TOP MAN: Count on Drew for a first-class renovation
Buildings must be in good enough condition to renovate quickly, have sufficient apartments for renovation and sales to happen en masse (deriving savings from repeatable processes), and be located in areas where convenience outweighs considerations of age of the structure and personal pride.
* Get the word out about the construction or renovation early Through public forums and the media, communicate the project's scope, says Brad Paulsen, director of educational services for Wight & Company, a Darien, Ill.-based design and construction firm.
The value of new permits rose from $671,000 to $1.2 million, while the number of renovation permits rose by nine from 83 in 2002.
The Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation is providing $100,000 to help out with the renovations. Anita Scism, WAC president and chief executive officer, said much of the funding for the project is coming from the WAC'S long-term maintenance endowment and capital funds, but private donations will help make the renovations possible.
The United Nations (U.N.) estimates that its planned renovation of the seven buildings on the Headquarters complex could cost almost $1.2 billion.
FT.): 180,000 (new Parking Garage); 336,000 (new Residential Tower); 23,000 (Renovation)