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Structure

The description of how a project financing is drawdown, repaid, and collateralized secured.

Structure

1. See: Capital structure.

2. A building or other improvement to real estate.

structure

the pattern of roles and relationships in a GROUP or ORGANIZATION. See also BUREAUCRACY and ORGANIZATION CHART.

structure

Any constructed improvement to a site.

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Pennsylvania leads the nation in the share of structurally deficient bridges with 24 percent, followed by Oklahoma (23 percent), Iowa (21 percent), Rhode Island (21 percent) and South Dakota (21 percent).
The national report, which was released by Transportation for America, said New Hampshire had the 11th worst percentage of structurally deficient bridges among the 50 states.
Each side panel includes a waist region, a hip region and a leg region wherein the waist region, the hip region and the leg region differs structurally, functionally and visually to provide an improved initial fit and sustained fit while exhibiting a garment-like appearance.
The study, from advocacy group Transportation for America, counted 561 structurally deficient bridges in Massachusetts, about 11 percent of the more than 5,000 bridges statewide.
Significantly Improves Bridge Inspection Requirements: Requires the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and states to significantly improve the processes for inspection of structurally deficient bridges;
Chemists characterize dioxins as any of a family of 75 structurally similar, double-ringed chemicals.
However, consolidated credit protection measures are low for the rating category and the holding company debt is structurally subordinated to operating company debt.
Alison Premo Black, shows cars, trucks and school buses cross Alaska's 153 structurally compromised bridges 198,744 times every day.
Mary Fallin's Bridge Improvement and Turnpike Modernization Plan to address all of Oklahoma's structurally deficient highway bridges, with 924 bridge replacement or major restoration projects slated.
The more significant indicator, she said, is whether bridges are structurally deficient.
Working with the architect of record, Walter Sedovic Architects, Herbert Rose has begun taking apart the terra cotta panels, including lintels and restoring them to their original conformity both aesthetically and structurally.