concrete masonry

concrete masonry

[′käŋ‚krēt ′mās·ən·rē]
(materials)
Building units composed of block, brick, or tile laid by masons.

concrete masonry

Construction consisting of concrete masonry units laid up in mortar or grout. See also: Masonry

concrete masonry

1.Construction consisting of concrete masonry units laid up in mortar or grout.
2. Poured concrete construction.
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approximately 315 m 2 external plaster on aerated concrete masonry in the 3rd floor (ventilation control panels) including scaffolding and necessary preliminary work and plaster profiles, Approx.
An insulated concrete masonry wall system, with block placed on adhesive or thin set mortar, was among finalists in the Best of IBS Awards/Most Innovative Building Products category, spotlighted last month during the National Association of Home Builders International Builders' Show (IBS), Orlando.
750 million, the scope of work include concrete masonry, structural steel works, structural concrete masonry, replacement of doors, windows, roof, ceiling, rollup doors and flooring on the second floor, light partitioning, and electrical, plastering and painting works.
This combines active systems, such as fire detection and suppression (sprinklers), with passive containment like concrete masonry and steel and provides an increased level of safety.
A concrete masonry license is required for Pinellas County.
Davis Block and Concrete produces concrete masonry units, retaining wall block, ready mixed concrete and precast products while also mining all aggregate onsite.
The Code covers general design requirements for masonry, allowable stress design, strength design, pre-stressed masonry, empirical design, veneer, glass unit masonry, and strength design of autoclaved aerated concrete masonry.
Recycled materials--such as concrete with recycled fly ash & slag and concrete masonry with recycled content; structural steel, joists, deck and steel framing with post-consumer and/or post-industrial recycled content; building insulation; and "FSC Certified" wood products--were used in the renovation and construction of the building addition.
This special journal issue addresses concrete masonry in educational facilities construction.
Manufactured products such as flowable fill, asphalt, portland cement, concrete masonry and bricks all require consistency in their feedstock.
The National Concrete Masonry Association is finalizing the agenda for the International Concrete Exposition 2018: Machinery & Equipment Show.