Any building, structure, installation, equipment, pipe or pipeline, well, pit, pond, lagoon, impoundment, ditch, storage container, motor vehicle, rolling stock, or aircraft.
A small physical location within an ARM site, where one or more instruments make measurements. The SGP site has central (C..), extended (E..), boundary (B..), and intermediate (I..) facilities. The TWP site has installations on Manus Island (C1), Nauru Island (C2) and Darwin(C3), Australia. The NSA site includes installations at Barrow (C1) and Atqasuk (C2). Apart from this there are also some external (X..) facilities available for ARM program. Links Facilities at SGP Facilities at TWP Facilities at NSA External Facilities
A structure or building that houses an operation.
The building(s), playground(s), parking area(s), and campus where the program or construction site is located.
A Laboratory building, group of buildings, or specific area that is managed by an individual designated by the facility associate director. (See also "Facility Manager" and "Facility Associate Director.") May also indicate a portion of a building, such as a laboratory or group of laboratories, dedicated to an operation. Groups occupying a specific facility are not necessarily under the same directorate's management. (See also "Program Associate Director.")
All buildings, structures, and other stationary items that are located on a single site or on contiguous or adjacent sites and that are owned by and/or used for activities of an organizational unit such as a school or system.
a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
a building or other physical location
a fixed enclosed structure or structures controlled by a single owner, operator or agent in which food is manufactured, processed, packed or held for consumption in the United States
a standard warehouse building, shared with another tenant, with inadequate space for future growth and located in the vicinity of hazardous materials
A building or other physical structure used for or in connection with the harvesting, washing, sorting, grading, storage, packaging, labeling, holding, or transport of a product.
Facility means any establishment, structure, or structures under one ownership at one general physical location, or, in the case of a mobile facility, traveling to multiple locations, that manufactures/processes, packs, or holds food for consumption in the U.S. Transport vehicles are not facilities if they hold food only in the usual course of business as carriers. A facility may consist of one or more contiguous structures, and a single building may house more than one distinct facility if the facilities are under separate ownership. The private residence of an individual is not a facility. Non-bottled water drinking water collection and distribution establishments and their structures are not facilities.
The physical location or site, including buildings, grounds, supplies and equipment, as well as the staff involved in operating programs governed by The Dept of Public Welfare.
Class or meeting venue Building
A structure. For other connotations, use person or activity. (3)
For the purpose of this Manual, a facility includes systems, buildings, utilities, and related activities whose use is directed to a common purpose at a single location. Example include: accelerators, storage areas, test loops, nuclear reactors, radioactive waste disposal systems and burial grounds, testing laboratories, research laboratories, and accommodations for analytical examinations of components. Also includes: pipelines, ponds, impoundments, landfills and the like, and motor vehicles, rolling stock, and aircraft.
A fixed, mobile, or transportable structure, including all installed electrical and electronic wiring, cabling, and equipment and all supporting structures, such as utility, ground network, and electrical supporting structures. A network-provided service to users or the network operating administration. A transmission pathway and associated equipment. In a protocol applicable to a data unit, such as a block or frame, an additional item of information or a constraint encoded within the protocol to provide the required control. A real property entity consisting of one or more of the following: a building, a structure, a utility system, pavement, and underlying land.
Facility means any structure, group of structures, equipment, or device (other than a vessel) which is used for one or more of the following purposes: exploring for, drilling for, producing, storing, handling, transferring, processing, or transporting oil. This term includes any motor vehicle, rolling stock, or pipeline used for one or more of these purposes. If you are unsure if a spill involved an OPA facility, call an NPFC Claims Manager for help.
All or part of any public or private building, structure, installation, equipment, or vehicle or vessel, including but not limited to ships.
A plant, laboratory, office, college, university, or commercial structure with associated warehouses, storage areas, utilities, and components, that, when related by function and location, form an operating entity. (A business or educational organization may consist of one or more facilities as defined herein.) For purposes of industrial security, the term does not include Government installations.
See Postal Facility. (installation)
In project work, this term usually refers to the constructed environment, e.g. building structure infrastructure, plant and equipment. [D02759] RMW Any building, plant, installation, structure, mine, vessel or other float ing craft, location, or site of operation s, owned, lease d, or supervised by a Contractor or subcontractor, used in the performance of a contract or subcontract. [D03500] GAT
A building or other structure, either fixed or transportable in nature, with its utilities, ground networks, and electrical supporting structures.
( installation) - a physical setting used to serve a specific purpose. A facility may be part of a building, a whole building, or a building plus its site; or it may be a construction that is not a building. The term encompasses both the physical object and its use.
All or any portion of a physical complex, including buildings, structures, equipment, grounds, roads, and parking lots.
Building code plus room number, e.g., ARC103
a physical plant or installation, e.g. base, arsenal or building, used to make easier the performance of a function; or the materiel resources needed to facilitate any action or operation.
All or any portion of buildings, structures, equipment, grounds, roads, parking lots, and other real or personal property.
All or any portion of buildings, structures, site improvements, complexes, equipment, roads, walks, passageways, parking lots, or other real or personal property located on a site. 3.5.32
The preferred term for the result of a construction project. The term facility encompasses all the types of construction, including buildings, site work, roads and bridges, industrial plant, utilities, etc.
Any industrial, commercial, or industrial structure, installation, or building (Selg, 1993).