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prefab

A factory-built house of standard dimensions; does not include a mobile home or trailer having less-than-standard dimensions.

PREFAB

On drawings, abbr. for “prefabricated.”
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The prefabs were highlighted in the homes and gardens category of Historic England's History of England in 100 Places campaign.
Now Historic England has given Birmingham Conservation Trust, the Twentieth Century Society and the Prefab Museum PS4,000 to plan restoration of the homes in Moseley.
The small were easy to READING that the Government is to build 100,000 new prefabricated housing units to ease the immediate homes shortage reminded me of the times I used to stay with my brother in his prefab in Crystal Glen, Llanishen, many years ago.
Prefabs that could be built wall-to-wall require steel frames.
Or, put another way, the amount of carbon dioxide produced by the prefabs was enough to fill 68 double-decker buses.
Phil Toms, chief executive of Newport Housing Trust, managing the prefab transition and bungalows, said: 'We are pleased someone thinks the quality of our homes is worth so much.
As a result, they have been able to build their prefab modern designs for about one-fourth the cost of a site-built equivalent home.
Regarding the Hilton School and Blakelaw Prefab reunion, I would just like to thank the Reunited page for helping with the success of the Hilton School and Blakelaw Prefab Reunion.
Elaine Harwood, an expert in 20th century buildings for English Heritage, said: "There are various sorts of prefabs.
It's not surprising to learn that prefabs destined for Alaskan sites must meet higher standards than those used at Outside sites.
Pak German Prefabs Limited was set up in the Nooriabad Industrial Zone due to the reason that this zone was expected to develop into one of the biggest industrial estates of the country.