site improvement

site improvement

Increasing the value or productivity of land, such as by paving, landscaping; also includes the addition of outdoor lighting, recreational facilities, etc.
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NeighbourWorks America will be administering grants to single family home rehabilitation, demolition, neighbourhood improvement and housing related site improvement.
Blossom Childcare and Learning Center, located at 2945 Douglas Ave., celebrated its m-year anniversary on June I by kicking off a $200,000 site improvement.
A consortium from Italy and Switzerland will pay Corus pounds 76.2m up front and fund pounds 38million for site improvement. The buyers will take about 74 per cent of the Teesside plant's output.
As a precursor to a planned project to construct an 8-acre plaza and two additional buildings at the site, the Kennedy Center is currently in the process of constructing a garage expansion and site improvement project.
Receptional.com intend to use these results to put together a plan of action for web site improvement to be presented as a workshop available to clients of Receptional.com.
As of July 2003, Kennedy Center officials estimated that the garage expansion and site improvement project would cost $88 million, the garage expansion would be completed in December 2003, the site improvements would be completed in summer 2004, and the project would include 525 parking spaces and various traffic flow improvements.
The majority of the site improvement are a direct result of resident feedback," explained Spencer Huard, the district's web designer.
These challenges consist of political backlash, providing comprehensive parking systems and not simply parking spaces, transit-oriented design, and residential site improvement, among others.
Designed by TAMS Consultants, in association with Mallen Mendel of Albany, the $35 million parking and site improvement project offers parking patrons a new "front door" to the airport.
Regional Financial Resources closed a $1 million loan for the land acquisition, site improvement and construction of Walnut Ridge, a 12-unit subdivision to be constructed on Walnut Street in Tom's River, NJ.
Site improvements will include the construction of a one-story, approximately 15,000 s/f retail building to be leased by retail garden center, Agway, and an approximately 2,000 s/f pad site for a Dunkin Donuts store.
Project costs include an estimated $1.6 million for building and site improvements and $1.5 million for equipment.

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