pierhead

pierhead

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

pierhead

[ˈpɪəhed] Npunta f del muelle
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Rodriguez and Victory Avenues, due to the pierhead rotation at Pier 49.
After scindement a new pierhead will be restored to materialize the new end of the dike; This basic solution is a perforated box knuckle complemented by a sloping seawall reconstituted after its establishment.
THE Futures Gallery in the Welsh Assembly's Pierhead building will be the setting for an exhibition by the Welsh Academy of Art over Christmas.
The Labour AM organised the event - 'Sefyll yn erbyn Hilliaeth (Standing up to Racism) - at the National Assembly's Pierhead building at Cardiff Bay.
To be able to construct the 'shoulder' or pierhead that sits atop the massive pillars of the Skyway Stage 3 Project without closing off the entire road below, an Indonesian technology called 'Sosrobahu', which means 'a thousand shoulders' in Javanese, was employed.
To mark the occasion they paraded along the Pierhead at 12.
Llandudno lifeboat crew members Tim James and Danny Jones were already at the lifeboat house preparing for a routine training exercise, and were able to quickly launch the station''s inshore lifeboat and motor out to the pierhead.
Specialist wine and beer importer Morgenrot replaced Pierhead Purchasing as Quilmes' importer and distributor last week and it aims to make the brand more readily available in the off-trade.
There was a serious blaze in July 1976 which destroyed the famous pierhead.
However, it punches well above its weight in creating architectural presence in the context of the Millennium Centre next door, the adjacent Pierhead building being used as an educational facility, and of Cardiff Bay itself, a large expanse of water behind the barrage designed by Will Alsop.
Cars - Leave M4 at J33 and use Queensgate and Pierhead car parks (purple car park), Leckwith (yellow car park) & County Hall and follow designated parking signs to `park and ride' sites for your team.
The area is bounded by the intersection of Edgewater Plaza and Bay Street to the south, Bay Street to the west, the pierhead line to the east, and the proposed National Lighthouse Museum to the north.