unbuildable

unbuildable

(ʌnˈbɪldəbəl)
adj
(Building) not able to be built
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They say that construction companies, because of their experience in the field, are often in a position to point out when something that might look good on paper is in fact unbuildable.
But a majority of the 30-acre parcel Otto purchased this summer is unbuildable, Roeser said, and the site needs significant engineering work and infrastructure improvements before construction can begin.
Participants return to the Army equipped with experience and unique skills unbuildable outside the NSA and invaluable to Army commanders.
At first we thought it was unbuildable, but that turned out to be part of its elegance," Boyd says.
The unbuildable paper architect now wielded the mechanics of reason in a digital economy.
The delay in construction start-up for the new Eugene City Hall linked to the proposed higher seismic standard is most likely a smokescreen for huge additional costs due not to the seismic upgrade (which in itself is entirely unnecessary) but due to the fact that our city manager, in his haste to tear down the old City Hall, has created an unstable and nearly unbuildable brownfield site.
Remove unbuildable land (restricted by wetlands, etc.
The consultant really didn't do his job and the design was somewhat unbuildable.
By enforcing this idea, judicial practice deemed the partition in kind of an intramuros land as impossible if, by division, it would become unbuildable (Supreme Law Court, Decision no.
Bridges bought the steep, seemingly unbuildable lot for $40,000 in 1979.
The Egyptian pyramids served as inspiration for these reveries, which were never built for the simple reason that they were unbuildable.
We develop in unbuildable areas, we build with garbage, and we design without planning," Jesus Silva-Herzog Marquez, a law professor at the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM), wrote in the Mexico City daily newspaper Reforma.