Deck roof

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(Arch.) a nearly flat roof which is not surmounted by parapet walls.

See also: Deck

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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RAINBOW WULLIE Artist: Lucy Brydon Sponsor: The Chester Hotel Location: Upper Deck Roof Gardens St Nicholas Centre 26.
A raised roof deck roof extends from the front to the rear on the uppermost floors and all levels can be accessed via an elevator.
The building was modelled using concrete blockwork walls which used an insulated cladding facade, a concrete slab floor insulated below and a concrete deck roof insulated above.
This two-story, freestanding fire station is constructed from structural steel, poured concrete, bar joist and metal deck roof structure, and concrete tilt-panel wall system.
Other products that will be on display include its Top Span and Top Deck Roof Panels.
The developer - a Mr Jawed, of Hunstanton, Norfolk - hopes to build a coffee shop on the ground The plans designed by Alishaan Designs, of Birkby, include a mezzanine floor, a concrete deck roof over the rear auction hall and black tinted windows and black tinted glass gates to replace the wrought iron gates at the front of the building.
The property, right, in Lagonda Road, on Cowpen Lane Industrial Estate, comprises a single-storey factory building of steel portal frame construction under a pitched metal deck roof with part brick, mainly profiled metal clad walls which are lined with insulation panels.
Single ply waterproof `Sarnafil' has been selected to cover the metal deck roof.
The mighty bellow of relief almost raised the Club Deck roof.