Veneered walls

Veneered walls

A wall with a masonry facing which is not bonded, but is attached to a wall so as to form an integral part of the wall for purposes of load bearing and stability.
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the building consists of concrete and steel structure, with exterior masonry veneered walls and hipped roof structure.
Nonretaining, freestanding wall construction, including mortared walls, cast-in-place concrete, stucco, and veneered walls are discussed in Chapter 33.
Even the lowest-grade inside cabins (priced from pounds 999 pp for the six- day Southampton-New York crossing and return flight) are bright and comfortable, with pale beechwood veneered walls, wider-than-normal single beds and fluffy duvets.