pierhead

pierhead

(ˈpɪəˌhɛd)
n
(Civil Engineering) the end of a pier
Translations

pierhead

[ˈpɪəhed] Npunta f del muelle
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Sophie Wright of Magnum Photos, where Griffiths was president for five years, said: "Magnum are delighted to be working with the National Assembly for Wales to bring this important body of work - the last project put together by Philip Jones Griffiths - to Cardiff for the opening of the Pierhead.
AN EXTRA pounds 11m of funding for new developments has been guaranteed for Pierhead Housing Association after restructuring its lending facilities with the housing finance team of Bank of Scotland Corporate.
Beer importer Pierhead is launching a super-premium Alhambra Reserva 1925 beer into the UK.
The retailer, which has a food store in every postal area of the UK, has created 21 new jobs at the store on Pierhead Street, Cardiff, which opens today.
Next week the creative minds behind Doctor Who, musicians from China, India and the Balkans, and leading ecocampaigner George Monbiot are among the smorgasbord of personalities who will gather in the restored red-brick Pierhead building.
KENSINGTON: Community caretakers are keeping Kensington clean and tidy thanks to a new project by Pierhead and Venture housing associations.
When Pierhead Purchasing introduced Brazilian beer Lokal to the UK, its aim was to cash in on 'an increased consumer demand for all things Brazilian'.
The film, Story at 40, was shown at the Pierhead, Cardiff Bay, yesterday.
They are: 3 Assembly Square and plot 5 and plot 6 Pierhead Street, which all together will provide 624,000 sq ft.
Pierhead Purchasing has added another imported beer to its portfolio, this time sourced from the Czech Republic.
We now have a 25 strong staff based at our offices on the Strand at the Pierhead.
The meeting at the Pierhead Building Seminar Rooms from 12.