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off site

advaußerhalb des Geländes
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Tenders are invited for works to include; - Stripping of existing roofs finishes, insulations and parapet upstand coverings and cappings externally and removal off site
The company says the facility was constructed off site to radically shorten the programme time and reduce disruption to the local community and to the company's existing operations on the site in Blackburn and the use of a Yorkon off-site solution from Portakabin reduced the build time for the facility to just four months.
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Reduced Environmental Impact Because of the unique off site construction process, modular construction workers report to work at the same manufacturing facility rather than commuting to and from various construction sites.
The system was pre-finished off site in an effort to minimize in-situ work and disruption.
Companies would use traditional tape or optical devices to hack up and archive data that would then be transported off site.
Furthermore, tape is removable and easily transportable, for safe and convenient off-site storage (which certain laws mandate); and storing and archiving data off site adds a level of security from outside hackers, viruses, etc., unmatched by disk-based systems.
Her daughter, Gill Phillips, 48, said: 'They walked off site, clearing away all the materials.
[GRAPH OMITTED] Supervisor's Time Devoted To Training Training Location On Site 70% Off Site 30% [c] BenchmarkPortal, Inc./Purdue University Research Note: Table made from pie chart
[] Do you store any of the backups off site? [] A Is there a policy about who should take backups to the off-site facility?
The height limit of 36 stories can be obtained by building 20 percent of the apartments as affordable units on or off site, but these buildings will not be able to sustain the costs.