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build-out

also build·out (bĭld′out′)
n.
The state of development in an area that has been developed to the maximum extent possible or allowable by law.
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Commercial real estate marketing technology company Buildout announced an $8 million Series A investment from Susquehanna Growth Equity.
A 12-acre reservoir, 3,500 homes, a village concourse and hiking park are included in a proposal that would complete the buildout of Stevenson Ranch, which began more than a decade ago.
This means that the additional $8 billion in capital expenditures that AT&T has committed to invest in wireless broadband buildout will create up to 96,000 jobs.
This was a complete interior buildout in which we demolished an existing space to create E*Trade's branded facility," pointed out Medaglia.
I would ask that all those people who are proud to be pro-development give the rest of us an idea of your vision for Thousand Oaks at buildout.
According to Andrew Friedman, a financial partner of RMSG, "We've been very pleased with our first buildout.
By looking at the locations and participating vendors, readers can gain a preview into likely 3G buildout patterns for each operator.
Fries & Associates has completed a tenant buildout at a Jack Resnick & Sons property at 8 West 40th Street in Manhattan.
Secondly, the huge network buildout in the industrialized countries is largely complete.
headquarters in Valhalla, New York, says everything is being done to keep the accelerated relocation and interior buildout on track as its scheduled completion date approaches.
DHL, the world's leading express delivery and logistics company, today announced plans to invest $4 million over the next five years in the buildout and expansion of the DHL Columbus Commerce Park -- DHL's third-party logistics facility located at the Rickenbacker Air Industrial Park outside Columbus, Ohio.
VVA, LLC, the premier New York-based project management and consulting firm, has completed a 177,000-SF buildout of the new Manhattan offices of Thelen Reid & Priest LLP, a national law firm.