exterior ramp

exterior ramp

A ramp, 1 that is an appendage to a building, leading to a level above or below existing ground level.
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One resident is housebound and needs a handicap-accessible bathroom and an exterior ramp. At another place it was discovered that sewage was going into a crawl space beneath the residence, which added another $2,500 for the remedy.
The project will include the remodeling of exercise, sauna and bathroom space, skylight and roof replacement, and a new exterior ramp and entry.
(Names can appear vertically, horizontally, diagonally, backwards or forwards) VVALL mixed up Rearrange the letters to reveal the name of a Stewards' Cup winner in the last decade Exterior Ramp (3,9) VVALL answers on page 13 Compiled by Nick Pulford and Daniel Hill
UO - Facilities Services, 1685 E 17th Ave; Interior Renovation And The Addition of An Exterior Ramp At Hep House, Removal of Walkway To Stairs (E).; $48,000.
1600 F St., $25,000 to relocate reception area and provide X-ray room, extend exterior ramp, replace window with door.
We don't want to be limited by an unprotected exterior ramp should my parents have an eventual need, so we're planning ahead for interior wheelchair access.
"At the Toby Carvery in Hall Green we provide disabled parking and toilet facilities and an exterior ramp to provide access into the pub restaurant although we're restricted by the size and layout of the building to make any further internal alternations," he says.
Subsequently, traffic was placed on the completed deck and the exterior ramp connectors were constructed and attached to the new bridge.
An exterior ramp would begin before the stairs if we graded part of the concrete floor.
A new exterior ramp and walkway are planned, too, as is the widening of the existing ramp, some landscaping and changes to the driveway outside the library, 801 N.
When you have an exterior ramp built, it should have a pitch or slope of 1 in 20, and a nonslip surface.
2211 Elm St., $25,000 for tenant improvement: occupancy change from residential single to commercial office building (includes interior modifications and exterior ramp and parking): Davis Office.