Sleeper wall | Article about sleeper wall by The Free Dictionary
A dwarf wall which carries a joist supporting a floor; if of brick, it usually is perforated to permit the passage of air for ventilation.
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The thermoformed surfaces, made from approved prototypes, must be controlled to form "seamless" connections with the units on either side and to the sleeper wall
There is small lawned garden area with shrubs and trees and a further raised garden area with retaining sleeper walls
lying to both the front and side of the house.
To detach the vulnerable structure from the wet ground, the floor plate could be raised on sleeper walls
supported by economical strip foundations, and the roof plate held in position by temporary internal timber scaffolding until the entire studwork was complete.