brick face

brick face

That surface of a brick which is intended for use as the exposed surface of a masonry structure.
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The building's facade will feature brick face, columns, and other ornamental architectural elements prevalent in the landmark structures neighboring the new development.
The new building will have similar elements of its former design, with a mansard roof and windows and a brick face.
The project also had a complicated brick layout with three different brick face planes traveling along two elevations of the building.
It will not only clean up the brick face, but also reveal any loose mortar which needs re-pointing - not an expensive job, but one that will prevent moisture entering the cavity.
The brick face of the building, with its stone dressings, was restored; modern openings were suppressed and original windows bricked up in the east wall were reinstated and the exterior rendered grey to match the back wall.
In the symposium "Building the Information Frontier: New Libraries" (Ludwig, 1995), topics of papers ranged from new hospital libraries as a new marketing opportunity, to ergonomics in the electronic library, to the concept of the library from brick face to cyberspace.
Garden State Brick face is one of the strongest regional companies in our industry.
The external brick face of the cone has been repaired using replacement bricks from the same era and the mortar joints have been re-pointed using a technique that was compatible with the moisture content of the existing mortar.
Too often neither of these elementary precautions is found and the brick faces crumble off.
Rawls (1971) notes that even the fairest of societies can fail to achieve equality amongst individuals when the family situation is not fair, so the social inequality Brick faces could have easily made him a tragic character.