end construction

end construction

[′end kən‚strək·shən]
(civil engineering)
Structural blocks or tiles laid so that the hollow cells run vertically.
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The decision marks the culmination of a yearslong effort by both the Trump and Obama administrations to end construction of the plant, actions that the South Carolina delegation in Congress blocked, preserving a source of jobs and federal funding in their districts.
Green End Construction, demolition of existing |house and building of two detached houses, 3 Clifton Avenue, Wooldale.
After Bulgaria decided to end construction in its territory, Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, ended the project.
M Pumps are available in polypropylene, PVDF and stainless steel liquid end construction.
High end construction has been enjoying high demand for several decades and everything points to the fact that it will remain the most profitable and popular type of industry in the near future.
For two shows Sunday, super folk group End Construction will reunite for "A Show of Support for Stuart Ferguson" at the legendary Club Passim in Cambridge.
Students and community supporters called for the university to cut its ties to research for the war in Vietnam and to end construction of a gym in Morningside Park.
He serves on HOK's Board of Directors, chairs the firm's Project Delivery Board and leads HOK's bulldingSMART virtual design end construction initiative.
Ashtead''s chief executive, Geoff Drabble, said: "Our end construction markets continue to behave in line with our expectations, and now appear to be broadly flattening after two years of significant decline.
"Against a backdrop of still challenging end construction markets, we are clearly benefitting from both the structural change in the U.S.
"There's no real way to end construction," he was quoted by Jerusalem