brick paver

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2. A half-thickness paving brick, used as a floor finish.
3. A self-propelled machine that places concrete.
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Plan the barbecue's dimensions to fit a standard BBQ grill and for the fire bed use clay brick pavers, which ' unlike concrete will withstand high temperatures.
Much of the warmth and intimacy of the Festival Theatre was created by its red brick walls, brick pavers, cedar shingled roofs and wood pergolas.
"We've set back the brick-arched structure 20 feet from the street to create a well-defined entry plaza of brick pavers and appropriate landscaping," said Paul E.
The improvements include the reconstruction of footways with small paving slabs and brick pavers, replacement and re-alignment of kerbs to provideparking in bays and on t he street as well as the resurfacing of the main carriageway.
To break up the expanse of aggregate patio, Herbst divided it into 9-foot squares, using brick pavers like those that top the firepit.
The old deck still exists--but now it supports the added layers of heavyduty building felt, wire-reinforced mortar, and brick pavers laid in a "thin-set" base and grouted.
The buildings share a landscaped terrace and covered walkways with brick pavers which connect and surround the buildings.