Footing beam

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the tie beam of a roof.
- Wright.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The custom 8” diameter concrete bollards (BOC8R) were installed in a concrete footing for maximum impact resistance.
We poured a concrete footing as a level foundation for the low wall.
Roy, aged 49, said all that was needed was a concrete footing to stop the monuments moving, after he and his brother Dennis, 53, successfully used the method to erect the headstone on their father Phillip Pargetter's grave at Canley Cemetery in 1987.
When erecting the fence, set the first post in a concrete footing and stretch a string line to a temporary post at the end of the fence run.
The liner is not embedded in the concrete footing but is held in place atop the footing with a ring of concrete several inches deep.
Shulman cut away the damaged floor and stripped the old lath and plaster off the walls, Next, he poured a concrete footing, added new floor framing, and installed a plywood subfloor.
A long concrete footing was poured for the vertical supports of the veranda.
Along the street, the fence's concrete footing acts as a retaining wall; 4-by-4 fence posts attach with metal straps.