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(Arch.) The first or lower course of a foundation wall, made of large stones or a mass of concrete; - called also foundation course. (b) The architectural member forming the transition between the basement and the wall above.

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2, - 2 600 m 3 transport excess base layer / ground z 2, - dispose of 4,700 t of base course / floor z 2, - produce 3 090 m 2 of planum, Supply and install 3 030 m 2 of geotextile, - loosen and store 390 m 3 soil or rock, - deliver 205 t of aggregate mixture 0/32, - make 2 450 m 2 of hydraulic bound base course, - 620 m 2 track base made of steel fiber concrete d = 20 cm, - install 268 m of tie rod track, - install 6 transition bars, - deliver and install 580 m of rail chamber stones, - make 540 m 2 wat 0/11, D 3-6 cm, - 540 m 2 track paving, Concrete block manufacture, - 140 m 2 asphalt base course.
Evaluation of Tests for Recycled Material Aggregates for Use in Unbound Applications: Many recycled materials are available in quantities sufficient for use as unbound aggregate in base course or fill applications.
Three course levels are offered, each with its own certification: a base course (Paulson-Certified Fundamentals), a second-level course (Paulson-Certified Technician), and a higher level (Paulson-Certified Expert).

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