roof-deck

roof-deck

1. The flat portion of a roof, used as a terrace, for sunbathing, etc.; compare with deck roof.
2. The structural material between the roof supports used as a base for the roof covering system; may be metal, concrete, wood, gypsum, or a combination of these or similar materials.
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Full-service white glove building with landscaped roof-deck, community garden and storage unit for rent.
Rosemary and succulents from the roof-deck garden were accents on the kitchen table.
In this program, NRCA Technical Services Section staff will review roof-deck requirements and guidelines applicable to low- and steep-slope roof assemblies.
Scheduled for completion later this year, the hotel will include 187 rooms, 21 of them suites, along with a restaurant, a full-service spa, and a 45-foot, roof-deck pool.
Located at 155 Spring St., the Bonne Bell space offers panoramic views of the city, an internal floating staircase that leads to a private roof-deck, skylights and dark hardwood floors.