cunette


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cunette

(kuːˈnɛt)
n
a small trench dug in the main ditch of a fortification, acting as both a drain and an obstacle to attackers
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Cunette, market development manager for Sensormatic.
Construction of waterproof basins and modification of sanitation networks: - earthworks, - geomembrane laying, - realization of driving under the highway, - laying sanitation pipes (pvc, concrete), - implementation of ditches and cunette concrete, - implementation of restraint devices (slides, gba), - installation of pipes on oa.
Land full of 4 locks rue de la cunette 59140 dunkirk
redevelopment - cunette earth: 1,600 m, - concrete cunette: 600 m, - drain drain d160 mm: 1,200 m, - concrete pipeline d600: 300 m.
As an indication, the main services to be provided are as follows: - 5 570 m 3 excavation and disposal of excavated material, - 280 m of reinforced concrete circular pipelines, 135 a series, - 134 m of concrete cunette, - 761 m of curbs, - 1 140 t of bbsg 0/14 class, - 3,080 t of gb3 0/20.
As an indication, the main services to be carried out are as follows: for the sanitation section: 2,369 m of cunette concrete 2,128 m of pipe laying 2,431 m of ditch 3,689 m 3 of cuttings 3,557 m 3 of waste materials contribution for the pavement area: 14 650 m 3 of gnt 0/80 15 830 m 2 of bbtm.
Tenders are invited for Construction for making cunette desiltingat km.10.900 to km.11.200 of sakraurabhikharipurbundain district-gonda