slab roof

slab roof

A flat, rectangular, structural member that serves as a roof; often, a reinforced concrete slab.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
QI HAVE a brick built tool shed with a concrete slab roof. In winter the dripping condensation rusts tools etc.
The 2,145-square foot flat concrete slab roof behind a decorative brick coping received a new asphalt membrane waterproofing system.
Each house is being constructed with RCC frame with a slab roof and a plinth area of 605 square feet.
Darryl Hutchinson, 47, and Michael Elgee, 39, were working inside Daryl's garage when its concrete slab roof gave way and crushed them.
A self-employed builder has died in a 'freak accident' after a concrete slab roof collapsed on top of him.
It consists of a concrete cylinder, 6ft across, driven 20ft into the ground with a concrete slab roof.
Along with its glazed links, this square of glass with a slab roof both sets the boundary between the two main courts and marks the crossing point of the two principal routes.
The premises are mainly brick with a part tiled roof and part concrete slab roof with roof lights.
A timber deck is suspended from the concrete slab roof. It winds round the perimeter of the space, letting you see the Mycenaean wall, the remains of the cemetery and, sometimes where timber is replaced by glass, revealing deeper and even more ancient layers.