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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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Refresh Renovations was constrained by its previous Nimbus software, which made adding new franchises a complex and time-consuming process.
Interior renovations will include new elevator lobbies, hallways and many apartments designed by local Collingswood architect, Phillip Kunz.
After a four-year and $93 million renovation, the storied exhibition into deep space had been open to the public for only 30 minutes.
This cluster is associated with exposure to disturbed soil during a golf course renovation.
Valley View School District 365U, which serves Bolingbrook and Romeoville in Illinois, built a brand new high school in the growing Bolingbrook community and did some major renovations to the Romeoville school at the same time.
People spending money on renovations tells me that they're confident in what's happening," says Jensen, adding the $12-million Discover Abitibi geophysical study of the Timmins area is "helping to solidify the city's future".
In addition to the renovation of the cathedral itself, other buildings on the block will be updated to house outreach ministries such as the Door Ministry food program, the St.
Not all renovations are created equal in their impact on the operating budget.
In 2004, Prime Renovations' founder Jeff Streich created Prime Renovations after a chance encounter.
5 million renovation of the Heart Center at Stony Brook University Hospital, which included a laboratory build-out in addition to the renovation of the Heart Center.
Renovations typically cost no more--and usually wind up costing less-than a new building, claim NTHP's Yeater and others.
The renovations should pave the way for more computer use in classrooms.