engineering brick

engineering brick

(Brit.) Brick having a dense, strong, semivitreous body conforming to these limits: Class A: compressive strength 69.0 × 106 N
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"Externally from the car park, on the rear elevation we propose a new single storey glazed extension with a sleek low profile zinc roof with blue/ black engineering brick wall and base course.
Constructed of engineering brick up to 2.4m high with rib metal composite cladding above, each unit has 20 photovoltaic roof panels, providing 6kw of renewable energy.
It is slightly evocative of Odeon architecture, being a hybrid of Art Deco and neoclassical styles, but built in industrial blue engineering brick.
The company says operated from ground level the new system has four major features: It removes operational guesswork as it comes with a close circuit TV camera on the cleaning head; it reaches higher than any other product--4 storeys (14 metres); has greater suction power--will safely remove an engineering brick from a gutter; and its carbon fibre tubes make it much lighter than any other.
There are new buildings for the Jagiellonian University, founded in the fourteenth century but one of the institutions that left the centre for the 1930s ring: one is a teaching block of engineering brick and crisp detail; another is Romuald Loegler's extension to the library.
"However, the appearance of the engineering brick construction combined with the white PVC detailing provides a negative visual impact on the built environment and bears no relationship to the conservation area vernacular.
Outside a blue engineering brick path links the front and back gardens.
He said: 'These are really good houses built in yellow engineering brick and they are great at keeping the heat in.
In the middle, he was allowed to do much as he liked, so he made a ground floor of blue engineering brick, which contains a little gallery (though it could become another studio).
It was certainly a very thick band and pondering on the possibility, he knew it would be eminently suitable for engineering brick manufacture.

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