Underbuilt

Underbuilt

Construction that is of insufficient strength or quality.
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"In this case, though, there was some termite damage and it was just underbuilt to begin with," Kalnins added.
As a result of the teams' hard work, we set all-time first quarter highs for the company in both sales and closings.We believe the homebuilding market remains strong given a solid, growing economy, 30-year mortgage rates near four percent, stock market indexes near all-time highs and underbuilt markets with historically low inventory levels.
Most studies show that Oregon has underbuilt its housing supply by 155,000 units over the past 15 years.
While FDR erroneously held that the nation's economic plant was "overbuilt," the report argued that the nation's plant was actually underbuilt, for which it blamed the New Deal policy of holding back economic growth:
The building was also underbuilt which allowed for potential extensions or expansion.
Unfortunately, the mount is a little underbuilt; it takes about one second for vibrations to damp out when focusing Papa at high power.
US--POINT IN THE CYCLE 2015 Long-term average 2014 2013 Housing starts (m) 40 year average 1.5 1.1 1.0 0.9 Aggregates production (m tonnes) 20 year average 2,462 2,193 2,154 2,030 Construction spend (as % Df GDP) 50 year average 8.6% 6.3% 6.0% 5.8% 4m Homes underbuilt since 2010 1 in every 6 Miles of US reads in need of repair $225bn Of FAST Act highway funding 2016-20 CRH investor guidance for 2016 and beyond shows key building and nonbuilding sector market peaks in relation to near-term prospects for Oldcastle Materials, Architectural and Precast operations.
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. (119) This, combined with the decrease in demand, resulted in many railroad companies outright failing or forced to consolidate.
We underbuilt, thus making the house price bubble worse.