multibuilding

multibuilding

(ˌmʌltɪˈbɪldɪŋ)
adj
involving multiple buildings
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has a multibuilding production campus in North Charleston near Charleston International Airport.
The $70 million, multibuilding mixed-use project is being overseen by RKM Development, which was selected for that role by the city of Gresham in 2015.
Three additional cases (one coincident sibling pair and one noncoincident case) were linked by residence within the same multibuilding apartment cluster (residence C).
Space options and designs, from hot desks to multibuilding campuses, will make this an ideal place for entrepreneurs, start-ups and long-established businesses.
On July 2, 2018 Colony Industrial acquired 8261 Preston Court, Baltimore, MD in the strategically located Baltimore-Washington Corridor industrial submarket, consisting of one building totaling 90,058 square feet in a multibuilding industrial park.
$11,095,000 for a multibuilding garden apartment complex comprised of 8 buildings with a total of 140 units, located in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
The university broke ground on a $1.3 billion multibuilding project that will nearly double the campus size and expand enrollment to 10,000 students by fall 2020.
The facility is immediately adjacent to the recently completed Children's Hospital with separated connector corridors for both public and patient/staff circulation allowing neonates, neonatologists/ pediatricians, and families to move seamlessly across the multibuilding platforms to give or receive specialized care.
Large modern, multibuilding campuses will likely already have a data network infrastructure (cabling, switching, and routing equipment) that serves the various IT needs of the institution.
Its biggest on the list is a multibuilding elementary school project in Prairie Grove (No.
The renovation is part of a larger $20 million multibuilding facilities improvement project begun in 2012.
(Hu et al., 2012) developed a multibuilding simulation model.