underbuild

underbuild

(ˌʌndəˈbɪld)
vb (tr)
(in the construction trade) to strengthen by building a support underneath
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The soft 3 and 4 in the adliswil station and the soft 205 on the sood - adliswil line will be expanded and re - installed after the underbuild has been renewed.
American protection, Brands writes, "allows other countries to underbuild their militaries."
American security guarantees allow US allies to underbuild their own militaries; while always annoying and problematic when taken to extremes, this phenomenon also helps avert the arms races and febrile security competitions that plagued Europe and East Asia in earlier eras.
Materials costs tend to increase along with the price of oil; therefore, departments of transportation can hardly afford to over- or underbuild. Each project needs to be done right the first time, and the facility needs to last.
For a 1D signal or gray level function f: [R.sup.+] [right arrow] R we can define the distance for a point [x.sub.0] in -X direction with help of the underbuild function
One noteworthy exception to this rule: If you're designing a waterfeature that can't be adjusted after construction, always underbuild, Mallonee says.
"I didn't want to over-build the neighborhood, but I didn't want to underbuild it, either.
According to Phile, "Our basic philosophy was to overbuilde, rather than underbuild, and then to cut back later if necessary.
"I think we're underbuild and were too content with it."
1.2 miles of 12.47 kv, three-phase, distribution line underbuild and .5 mile of 7.2 kv, single-phase, distribution line underbuild.
1.4 miles of 161 kV transmission line with three phase 12.47 or 13.8 kV distribution underbuild. Q6 is an existing transmission line that will be de-energized during the construction phase includes eplacing transmission/distribution structures, work on existing structures.
The existing 795AAC 69kV conductors and 13kV underbuild will be transferred to the new poles.