overclad

overclad

(ˌəʊvəˈklæd)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) wearing too many clothes
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The letter added that no new cladding will be used on high rise blocks until that review has been completed, that includes the proposed scheme to overclad the Maelfa and Channel View.
It says of Mercia House: "Mercia House is overclad with a terracotta tile behind.
We have lost the imposing length and the symmetry already, the section nearest Holloway Circus is to be replaced by a tower block, and all the concrete detail, uplighters and delicate windows overclad and obliterated.
Supposedly, it can be explained that the wear track is "overclad" with copper nanoparticles at a lower friction load.
"Most of the time, you'll do an overclad, where you apply insulation and a cladding to the existing substrate."
Metso would do so only if the roof was completely overclad rather than patch repaired.
Gran Kriegel also is replacing the building's windows, adding contrasting colors into the window system to "give the rather static facade a little bit of life." The original structure's deteriorated limestone exterior will be resecured and overclad with a new, thin limestone skin.
Now plans have been approved to overclad the hotel, which dates from the early 1970s, and fit more energy-efficient windows in a pounds 2.5m scheme with work due to start in January.
The Jefferies Range shed has been simply reinforced and overclad to make a space for an informative, interactive and easy to digest exhibition, designed by David McCabe Design.
The 1960s structure will be overclad to attain high levels of insulation with the aim of minimising energy use and to create a striking appearance for the rejuvenated building."
The company's high precision steel and stainless steel fire-rated marine systems can be overclad in aluminium for a wide range of finishes - anodised, silver, bronze or alternatively powder coated.