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The act of constructing, erecting, or establishing.
The art of constructing edifices, or the practice of civil architecture.
That which is built; a fabric or edifice constructed, as a house, a church, etc.
A structure that is built with walls and a roof, such as a house, office, etc. Building Code Laws that control the construction or remodeling of homes or other structures.
A structure with two or more outside rigid walls and a fully secured roof, that is affixed to a permanent site; or A manufactured home (a “manufactured home,” also known as a mobile home, is a structure built on a permanent chassis, transported to its site in one or more sections, and affixed to a permanent foundation); or A travel trailer without wheels, built on a chassis and affixed to a permanent foundation, that is regulated under the community's floodplain management and building ordinances or laws. “Building” does not mean a gas or liquid storage tank or a recreational vehicle, park trailer, or other similar vehicle, except as described above. Building in the Course of Construction – A walled and roofed building that is principally above ground and affixed to a permanent site. It does not include building materials or supplies intended for use in construction, alteration, or repair unless such materials or supplies are within an enclosed building on the premises.
One continuous enclosed structure that may or may not be connected with other structure by passageways. It includes the structure itself, together with all plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, mechanical, and electrical systems in the structure, and all fixed equipment.
The subject of the inspection and its primary parking structure
a resource, such as a house, barn, store, hotel, factory, or warehouse that shelters some form of human activity.
a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
the act of constructing or building something; "during the construction we had to take a detour"; "his hobby was the building of boats"
the commercial activity involved in constructing buildings; "their main business is home construction"; "workers in the building trades"
a man-made work, a crystallic, constructed thing
an artificial structure holding material up against gravity
a structure, as is the human body
a structure built by people
a structure created to shelter any form of human activity, such as a house, barn, church, hotel, or similar structure
a structure enclosing a space within walls or covered with a roof
a structure where individuals are employed or which is used to house machinery, equipment or other property
a structure which has floors, walls and roofs to enclose space to house people
State owned units that are fabricated, framed or constructed, designed to stand permanently and covering a space of land, including fixtures and sub-surface structures in which people work or live and items are stored.
Under the Building Act 1991, means any temporary or permanent, movable or immovable structure, including any mechanical or electrical system forming part of the structure. Certain structures, such as roads, vehicles, scaffolding, and network utility systems (e.g. gas or water pipes, power lines) are specifically stated not to be buildings. (Building Act section 3(1)).
Any structure or edifice enclosing a space within its walls and usually covered by a roof, the purpose of which is to provide shelter or housing, working, office, parking, display, or sales space. The IRS has ruled that sports stadiums are considered buildings.
The preservation of a structure or attached fixtures from a shortening of service life, or the replacement of consumable or defective components.
A structure wholly or partially enclosed within exterior walls, or within exterior and party walls, and a roof, affording shelter to persons, animals, or property.
Any type of man-made structure, except for temporary structures to be used for special events or emergency situations for a period not to exceed one month.
Any structure used and intended for supporting or sheltering any use or occupancy.
A structure forming an open, partially enclosed, or enclosed space constructed by a planned process of combining materials and components to meet specific conditions of use.
(p) - this definition includes a defined term, “walled and roofed structure.” As far as the flood policy is concerned, a building may include:· walled and roofed structures (as defined) which are primarily above the ground and are permanently attached to the ground· manufactured homes on a permanent foundation· mobile homes on a permanent foundation· walled and roofed building that is being built, altered or repaired.
A building is a structure built, erected, or framed of component structural parts designed for housing, shelter, enclosure, or support of persons, animals, or property of any kind.
A structure that forms an enclosed, partially enclosed or open area made through a process of planning using components, materials and subsystems to achieve particular usage conditions.
The term building refers to the whole or any part of any structure or erection. It does not include plant or machinery comprised in a building.
a manmade structure with walls and a roof for protection of people and (or) materials, but not including church, hospital, or school.
A structure that is walled and roofed, principally above ground and permanently affixed to a site. The term includes a manufactured home on a permanent foundation on which the wheels and axles carry no weight.
A resource created principally to shelter any form of human activity, such as a house.
A building is any structure used for the support, enclosure, shelter, or protection of persons, animals, chattels or property.
A roofed structure enclosed by walls on all sides, used for the permanent or temporary shelter of persons, animals, plants, or equipment.
Any structure occupied or intended for supporting or sheltering any occupancy.
A fixed structure forming an enclosure and providing shelter.