nonconstruction

nonconstruction

(ˌnɒnkənˈstrʌkʃən)
n
(Building) an activity not involving construction, esp in building
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Two-way traffic will resume during nonconstruction hours.
The new rule generally contained requirements for most nonconstruction employers to identify and abate MSDs.
As quoted in the report, Florida's business development program includes "transitional assistance," which encourages DBEs "to develop additional job skills that may complement their current work and [that may help] increase work opportunities as subcontractors in specialized, nonconstruction tasks such as aerial photography, drug testing, and signalization.
In the early urbanization period, the urban sprawls mainly focused on the horizontal direction, with more nonconstruction land converted into construction land.
The winning contractor will hold a relevant Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) certificate which includes Construction Contractor, Principal Contractor, CDMC, Designer, Group and NonConstruction as part of the SSIP audit.
Due to the nonconstruction of the building back in 2009, Tupas requested to adjust the energy contract to 17,000 kwh/month.
The SST program is one of OSHA's main programmed inspection plans for high-hazard, nonconstruction workplaces that have 20 or more workers.
The distribution of own-account activity will also be improved, using BLS Occupational Employment Statistics data on construction workers by industry to determine the amount of construction activity performed by nonconstruction establishments.
However, construction occupations can be Found in many industries, while the construction industry also employs Many nonconstruction workers, such as secretaries and accountants.
By a 104-72 vote in favor, voters rejected a proposed zoning bylaw amendment that would have allowed by right in all districts certain types of trailers, and allow by special permit nonconstruction storage trailers.
Normally, in property development, you'd expect such nonconstruction costs to account for just 2 or 3 percent.
There are also nonconstruction issues, such as delayed sales, or disruptions to leases or land development projects.