building site

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Noun1.building site - a lot on which there are no permanent buildingsbuilding site - a lot on which there are no permanent buildings
sandlot - a vacant lot used by city boys to play games
lot - a parcel of land having fixed boundaries; "he bought a lot on the lake"
Translations
staveniště
byggeplads
rakennustyömaa
gradilište
建設現場
건축 부지
byggarbetsplats
บริเวณที่ก่อสร้าง
công trường

building site

ncantiere m di costruzione

building site

مَوْقِع البِناء staveniště byggeplads Baustelle εργοτάξιο obra rakennustyömaa chantier gradilište cantiere 建設現場 건축 부지 bouwterrein byggeplass plac budowy estaleiro, local de obras строительная площадка byggarbetsplats บริเวณที่ก่อสร้าง inşaat alanı công trường 建筑工地
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Vicissitude was in the very soil he tilled; even his garden was upon a yearly tenancy, and overshadowed by a huge board that proclaimed it not so much a garden as an eligible building site. He was horticulture under notice to quit, the last patch of country in a district flooded by new and prbaa things.
A major housebuilder has warned children in the West Midlands about the dangers of playing on building sites.
A major housebuilder has warned children about the dangers of playing on building sites.
Construction manager Mark Deviney and site boss Thomas O'Brien popped into the Glasgow school to give a safety talk to more than 120 primary ones and twos, to highlight the hazards of playing on or near building sites.
"We want all children and young people to know that they should never view building sites as places to play."
Richard delivered a presentation about the hazards of building sites and the procedures in place to help keep everyone safe.
A LEADING housing developer has warned Birmingham parents to remind their children of the dangers of playing on building sites.
Barratt North East holds regular safety talks and site visits for schools close to where it is building, to highlight the hazards of playing on or near building sites.
"e event comes as work starts on the PS9.5m refurbishment of the Byker Wall, "We work very hard to keep our building sites safe and secure and the Byker Wall is no exception, but there are so many risks that we need young children to be aware of," said Lyndsey Leitch, resident liaison ocer at Keepmoat "Luke Safe is a fun character who's there to deliver a serious message and the talk at St Lawrence Primary School covered all the possible dangers that might be encountered.
CHILDREN have been warned about the dangers of building sites.
I would like to know what is happening to all these demolished building sites which make Birmingham look like a longterm building site - the old ATV studios site on Broad Street, the old Pebble Mill Studios site in Edgbaston, a big hole next to the TUC building on Broad Street.

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