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improvement

A structure or public utility or any other installation or physical change made in a property to increase its value and utility or to improve its appearance.
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J B Leisure is moving is moving its paintball games and equipment supplies business from Whessoe Road and was offered a pounds 1,500 grant for workspace preparation and building improvement works in its new units on the Nestfield Industrial Estate.
Dunne commented, "Ownership worked diligently to execute the building improvements that led to the long-term lease with iCIMS and other tenants.
Mid America Plaza is nearing completion of a $10-million capital improvement project that includes reimagined common areas, upgraded amenity spaces and significant base building improvements throughout the property.
Project: Building improvements at Zoomlion Heavy Science and Technology's operations in Yorkville, Wis.
The property includes ambient and cold storage facilities, machinery and other building improvements.
Building improvements are expected to save 2,040,775 kilowatts of electricity; 107,938 therms of natural gas; and 7,771,000 gallons of water annually.
It has commenced site and building improvements at its assembly factory in the "Technopark" area of Escuintla, Guatemala, to commence smartphone and tablet assembly operations about mid-January 2015; Roxana Baldetti, VP and Minister of Economy for Guatemala, announced that the government proposes to purchase 300,000 tablets to replace school textbooks in 2015; Details: www.orcatouchscreen.com, and www.sedar.com and www.thecse.com.
During 2013, Ruger's capital expenditures included the purchase and building improvements of its new facility in Mayodan, N.C.
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