government anchor

government anchor

A type of steel anchor which is inserted through a hole in the web of a steel beam; used to anchor a wall-bearing beam to masonry construction.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Da jumia, who said that the programme was being implemented under the Federal Government Anchor Borrower Scheme, added that each farmer would receive six bags of fertiliser per hectare, 20kg of improved seedlings and two bottles of herbicide.
Valero Energy is a Welsh Government anchor company.
Zimmer Biomet's UK manufacturing operation is a Welsh Government anchor company employing more than 800.
Biomet, which is designated as a Welsh Government anchor company, started the project with specialist orthopaedic surgeons at Morriston Hospital, in Swansea.
Speaking at a board meeting last Wednesday, Port Authority chairman Anthony Coscia played down Silverstein's concerns but did reveal the important role government anchor tenants will play in financing the Freedom Tower.
It has a turnover of PS1.5bn and is a Welsh Government anchor company.
Lawmakers, meanwhile, are treading a cautious path, amid rising calls to halt Package 1 of the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP) on which the government anchored bulk of its ambitious development goals.
Another Binay spokesperson, Joey Salgado, said Binay, a former mayor of Makati City, would continue to present his platform of government anchored on uplifting the lives of the people, something he has done in Makati.
"I think what the vast majority of people in this country want is that we keep this country and our government anchored in the centre ground, which is where the Liberal Democrats have anchored the government over the last five years."
He went on: "I am unabashed in saying that we the Lib Dems have a crucial role to keep this government anchored in the centre ground, not to make it lurch one way or the other, not allow it to be captured by vested interests or a particular set of prejudices."
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