studwork


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stud·work

 (stŭd′wûrk′)
n.
1. Work ornamented or covered with studs.
2. The supportive framework of a wall or partition.

studwork

(ˈstʌdˌwɜːk)
n
1. (Art Terms) work decorated with studs
2. (Building) the supporting framework of a wall or partition
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Drywall interior walls, non-structural, with metal studwork and gypsum plasterboard: 7 630 sqm; drywall interior walls, non-loadbearing, with metal studwork and cement-bound building board covering: 450 sqm; wallcovering, acoustically effective: 990 sqm.
Since the cupboard is made from studwork and plasterboard and isn't load-bearing I feel there must be some way round this?
Polished oak floors, panelled rooms, beautiful fireplaces, exposed studwork and oak mullioned windows all add to the hall's character.
If the room isn't big enough to subdivide please don't be tempted to just position your sanitary ware around the perimeter of the room, instead consider cleverly zoning the area with the use of studwork partitioning, or place the bath centrally to the room ( if practical) to create a really focal point.
A timber frame uninsulated studwork cavity, in properties that have a masonry cavity and must not be filled.
B&L Drywall of Conway will provide the metal studwork and drywall finishing.
Karen Millen's signature biker jacket comes in various guises this autumn from ultra-cool washed leather and jersey to a classic biker and metal studwork.
If that's the case, you will need to drill two holes with a masonery bit and fit plastic plugs in the wall or into studwork behind the plasterboard.
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.
2 Get metal studwork from a DIY store or builders merchants.
The usual format of a modular plywood panel, consists of framed plywood sheet screwed/nailed on a timber studwork (Figure 1).
Also, the extensive studwork typically used in metal walls creates natural passageways for air, which has a negative affect or, energy efficiency.