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Refurbish

To make clean, bright or fresh again.
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refurbish

To make fresh again without demolition and replacement of the original building; i.e., to renovate.
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This is where wireless products benefit designers, especially for refurbishments as it eliminates the process of physical wiring and connections in the room, according to Zanic.
After seeing the result of the first phase of refurbishment we were keen to invest further to bring the remainder of the office suites up to the same high specification.
The investment into Hallmark Hotel Birmingham Strathallan is part of the group's wider refurbishment initiative to modernise several of its portfolio of 28 hotels across the country.
Then, in January 2017, the Shangri-La Dubai hotel completed the first phase of its refurbishment project,which saw the entire lobby transformed.
Planned works for the multi-million pound revamp include the refurbishment of the existing junior's school, building of a new extension for infant and pre-school classes and safety and access improvements.
This part will review the previous research on the refurbishment industry, consumer behavior, SQ, Data Mining, Decision Tree and Association Rules.
The aforementioned documents emphasize the importance of understanding that buildings refurbishment not only decreases energy consumption but also improves whole condition of the building: its exploitation, noise insulation conditions, exterior, and comfort; prolongs buildings life cycle, increases value of the buildings, reduces negative impact to environment and guarantees healthy living and working conditions.
Brian Cleary said: "Refurbishments carried out in any of the messes are paid for through that messes funds.
As a separately organized agency within the Department of Energy (DOE), the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) administers the Stockpile Life Extension Program, whose purpose is to extend, through refurbishment, the operational lives of the weapons in the nuclear stockpile.
Lessard told Commercial Interior Design : "There has certainly been a wave of refurbishments in the region over the past five years but that is a function of the wave of new hotels constructed eight to 12 years ago.
Along with a slew of new real estate projects, refurbishment of existing structures has also gained prominence - still considered as one of the most challenging tasks in the construction industry.