All operations involved in
A portion of land reserved by law for a specific use or purpose.
The lower edge of a roof beyond the wall, called close eaves if not projecting far and boxed eaves if lined underneath.
A concrete beam at the edge of a concrete slab to provide additional structural strength.
A side view of the facade of the building.
Environmental Impact Study
An assessment of existing environmental conditions and the likely effect of the introduction of a proposed development.
A control joint in construction which permits movement due to thermal effects.
Extension of time
An extension of the contract period granted to a contractor. The conditions for an extension of time are stated in the conditions of the contract.
The face of a building.
A brick specially manufactured for its outward appearance.
The slope or pitch of a surface.
A ceiling which is built with a gap or void between it and the floor above to provide sufficient space for services.
A wide board which is fixed to the bottom end of the rafters.
A pre-fabricated gutter which is fixed to the rafters and can also be used as a fascia.
An internal wall which is distinctive in decoration.
Clean natural earth used to refill an excavation or trench.
A small oblong plate, usually of china or metal, fixed
A carved or
Finished Ground Level
The ground level adjacent to the footing system at the completion of works.
A door with a door set to resist the spread of fire in a specified time.
The time (in minutes) which a surface or material prevents fire egress to another room.
Furnishings and fixtures in a building.
An impervious material fitted to provide a barrier to moister.
A mortar joint, with smooth surface flush with masonry.
A leaf-like decoration (usually carved).
Forms of timber, metal or other material into which concrete is poured to set into its required shape.
A pair of casement windows serving as doors, traditionally glazed above and
A continuous band of decoration across the top of a building, or the top of an internal wall between the ceiling and
A method of construction in which the external and internal structural walls are of brick.