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Over 8000 entriesThe most up-to-date dictionary of building, surveying, and civil ... of construction technology and practice, civil and construction engineering, ...

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Free Construction Glossary and Home Building Terms.

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This Fourth Edition of the Dictionary of Architecture & Construction defines more terms in architecture and building construction than any other dictionary in the ...

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Construction Dictionary - Easy-to-use free online dictionary with over 15000 ... and comprehensive definitions of all terms used in the construction and building  ...

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Addenda will become part of the Contract Documents when the Construction ... An extension or in crease in floor area or height of a building or structure.

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Read our Encyclopedia of Building Construction for simple and clear explanations of everything in building construction!

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Mar 25, 2013 ... ANCHOR BOLT: A threaded rod inserted in masonry construction to anchor ... BALCONY: A deck projecting from the wall of a building above ...

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b. The art, trade, or work of building: an engineer trained in highway construction; worked in construction for seven years. 2. a. A structure, such as a building, ...

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Jun 25, 2013 ... Dictionary of Architecture and Building Construction.

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Construction Glossary of Building Terms. ABUTMENT. That part of a pier or wall either end of an arch, beam, or bridge which resists the pressure of a load.