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framed building

framed building
A type of building construction in which the loads are carried to the ground by a framework, rather than through load-bearing walls.
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" Meanwhile an application has also been made to build a steel portal framed building at the Rosehill Industrial Estate at Stoke Heath, a few miles north of Childs Ercall.
OAQ chairman Allan Stockwin told Mr Ruane he was determined to introduce the benefits of oak framed buildings to the sector.
Mr Cavender was employed by Gareth Pugh Steel Framed Building and the main contractor, Primary Design and Build Ltd -both have pleaded guilty to health and safety offences.
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Norfolk Architect Randi Lyall, AIA, president of Lyall Design Architects, has designed a two-story, steel framed building with brick veneer in red and tan.
He had been employed by close personal friend Gareth Pugh, trading as Gareth Pugh Steel Framed Building, of Abermule, Montgomery, Powys.
But what was so nice was all the different locations with timber framed buildings in the background, including Spon Street, Hill Top and Old Bluecoat School.