Underbuilt

Underbuilt

Construction that is of insufficient strength or quality.
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300 m2 on underbuilt surface) - restoration of concrete paving areas (about 120 m2) - production of water-bound road coverings (about 20 m2) - manufacture of inlets (5 st) and drainage channels (about 50 m) - installation of special concrete parts (eg benches, upstands, terrain interventions) - installation of playground equipment (including table tennis, street ball, trampoline) - planting of ground cover / perennials (about 1 650 st) and onions (about 1 650 st - planting trees (about 44 st, shrubs and hedge plants about 89 st) - sowing extensive green roofs (1 600 m2 in three sub-areas) - sowing meadows and lawns (about 5 500 m2) - completion and 2 years development care.
The building was also underbuilt which allowed for potential extensions or expansion.
Competition between railroad companies during the period of rapid expansion resulted in some areas of the country's railway network being overbuilt, while other areas were underbuilt.
We underbuilt, thus making the house price bubble worse.
Only those who know the city's history, including the great earthquake of 1906, will understand why highways there are designed the way they are, and indeed one may ask why some highways remain underbuilt to this day.
Prior told CubaNews he suspects Cuba's infrastructure in general is underbuilt.
Before the Costanera Norte, Santiago was a city clogged with traffic as drivers tried to navigate narrow, Parisian-style city streets and underbuilt, overused bypasses.
An underbuilt second-level balcony or hillside deck would pose such a risk.
office buildings may be experiencing high vacancy rates and levels of sublease space, but the Moscow office market is tightening and class-A office space in many European capitals remains severely underbuilt.
Silencing contradiction and evading alternative representations of organizational processes, it promotes ideas and beliefs which seem true or natural as the result of commonsensical observation, preferably underbuilt with good war stories such as the often quoted turnaround of the Ford Accounts Payable department (e.