Ridge board

ridge board

[′rij ‚bȯrd]
(building construction)
A horizontal board placed on edge at the apex of the roof.

Ridge board

A longitudinal member at the apex of a roof that supports the upper ends of the rafters.
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com)-- The District 29 Sunset Ridge Board of Education and the Sunset Ridge Education Association (SREA) are pleased to announce the approval of a five-year collective bargaining agreement, effective September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2019.
Fire protection) with wooden handrail, low angle view plastered on reed mats; Roof trusses as a saddle, hip and a tent roof with standing roof without ridge board, consisting of rafters, a Mittelpfette with pliers, post with struts and a cross brace, and Aufschiebling and dormers in different sizes.
The Fern Ridge board is working to finalize a contract with Storm and hopes to approve a contract on March 31.
Note that the base and middle purlin are the same length (six feet), but the ridge board protrudes (four feet) from the face of the right-hand arch; the ridge of the left-hand section protrudes two feet.
We're very excited about the future of our community and our affiliation with SantaFe HealthCare, and what that means for residents and employees," said Gary Gregory, Chairman of the East Ridge Board.
On Friday, 4 May, Grietje McBride UE and Bob McBride UE, Kawartha Branch's Education Committee members, represented our Branch at the annual Historica Fair at Orono, judging entries by Junior and Intermediate students from across the Kawartha Pine Ridge Board of Education.
The long ridge board, cobbled from two shorter planks,
pre-conditional upon a recommendation from the Ridge Board.
The Fern Ridge board, which holds the reins on the district's contract with the military-style charter school, agreed this week to forgive $6,000 in back rent for the lease of Central Elementary School.
White and several other HomeSource parents and board members attended Monday's Fern Ridge board meeting to air their concerns about the lapsed contract.
But when the Fern Ridge Board said it would reconsider, they decided to wait and hope for the best, CEO and founder Bill Lay said.