blockwork


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blockwork

1. Masonry of concrete block and mortar.
2. In timber and log construction, a technique for notching the corners of a house.
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The elevations are a combination of brick and blockwork with entrance via a full height shutter door or pedestrian door.
The buildings are of steel frame with elevations of brick and blockwork under pitched metal decked roofs, and benefit from good on-site parking.
P James Construction Ltd ( Closed up the existing stone wall entrance and formed the new stone wall entrance and built the new blockwork wall to the kitchen.
The latter includes innovations such as thin-joint blockwork and Tunnel-form construction.
It is a modern, steel portal frame clear span warehouse, clad externally with corrugated decking and internally with blockwork.
The traditional and modern farm buildings are arranged around two courtyards and including a stone barn with attached dog kennels, a former cow house in blockwork, car shed and old parlour, stable yard and further loose boxes, stone buildings and a detached second barn.
The kitchen has been fitted with units and appliances, a new loo has been installed and the main blockwork walls have been erected.
A capped and plastered blockwork wall (height 1500 to 1600mm) will be constructed on top of the new retaining wall Response deadline (Irish time) 09-10-2015 13:00
Local building firms came in to do the work replacing an existing single wooden wall with interior blockwork and exterior brick walls.
Whilst connected to the existing buildings, the infill blocks/extension are essentially standalone timber-framed buildings with an outer, rendered, blockwork leaf and lightweight metal roofing.
This will include the main framework, blockwork, roofing, glazing and the render.
The 25-unit estate in Moneymore, Drogheda, Co Louth, was 60% complete when pyrite was discovered in the blockwork.