veneered construction[və¦nird kən′strək·shən]
A type of construction in which the framework is faced with a thin external layer of material, such as marble.
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A method of construction in which a facing material is applied to the external surface of steel, reinforced concrete, or frame walls.
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A reinforced concrete or steel framework (or wood construction) which is faced with a thin external layer of marble, structural glass, or some other facing material.
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