A structure made with timbers, as the framework of a boat or house.


(Building) a structure made of timber


(ˈtɪm bərˌwɜrk)

structural work formed of timbers.
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Work content is: Timberwork, Roof trusses, Rafters, Waterproofing equipment, Drains, Pipe tubes.
The rest of the timberwork is new but the massive beam is still there.
All of the teams involved have gone over and above to make sure the works, including lock gate replacements, brickwork and timberwork repairs and repointing were finished in time for the start of spring to cause minimal disruption to boaters, cyclists, anglers and walkers.
Other character features include flagstone floors, exposed timberwork, inglenook fireplaces with multi-fuel burning stoves, polished oak boarded floors and latch doors.
Wonderfully spacious marble interiors in the main reception areas and luxurious furniture and intricate timberwork in the charming conservatory are a nod to antiquity, while the heated outdoor swimming pool and brand new terrace with breathtaking views of the shore are signs that the owners' continuing efforts to keep standards up are working.
Period features including an open fireplace and exposed timberwork are complimented by the contemporary features you would expect of a high quality holiday home.
The pub's unusual timberwork led experts to believe the walls were originally made of mud.
The three dimensional latticework spiral, which was specially commissioned by AHEC for the ninth edition of the festival, was made completely from American red oak by Cowley Timberwork and engineered by Arup, and will remain on display at the V and A museum until October 15, 2011.
While the bulk of timberwork goes to large contractors with cutting edge forestry harvesting equipment, a certain amount of private work is usually available for the regular guy who is in possession of some reliable old kit.
The farmer said: "There were dents and scrapes in the timberwork but overall the cruiser didn't look too bad considering all it had gone through on its long voyage.