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That portion of a building or other structure that is aboveground.

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While specific project details could not be discussed due to commercial sensitivities, Sagoo said the business was capable of supporting a surge in social infrastructure projects in Saudi.
ELTI launched in early 2017 the High-Level Task-Force on Social Infrastructure. The Social infrastructure in the areas of health, education and affordable housing needs to be different in 10 years compared to today's situation.
Public space is a really important part of social infrastructure. With clients, we are seeing more of a demand to create it.
(2007), Hawash (2007), Fayissa and Nsiah (2010) and Tripathi and Pandey (2012) have identified that social infrastructure, remittances, industrialisation and population density may determine human development from different aspects across the countries and across the regions of a country.
Therefore, unless the government makes mid-course budget correction to significantly hike the funds for social infrastructure sectors, it can be said that it is determined to push India more aggressively on the path of GDP growth at the cost of economic inequality, further marginalizing of the poor, and social conflicts.
The dynamic has changed from a period of negative to low inflation over the last few years to a period of moderate increase," Christopher Seymour, partner and head of Property and Social Infrastructure at EC Harris, was quoted as saying.
Jenish Razakov thanked the UNICEF and UNDP offices in Kyrgyzstan for their support of the project to improve the social infrastructure of schools.
"The target sectors - logistics, social infrastructure and community retail - are key contributors to the economic growth and development of the region, as well as for job creation.
"Our implementation with Boyd Gaming is a great example of the power of tying gamification and other social infrastructure technologies to loyalty programs--both online and offline," Gigya's vice president of client services, Brian Sullivan, explains.
On October 1, 2013, Fujitsu Advanced Solutions Limited will merge with Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Ltd., creating a systems engineering organization handling all aspects of social infrastructure systems under one roof, from the building of social platforms to the development of sector-specific applications.
Sprinklr provides the social infrastructure for more than 250 brands and plans to improve enterprise-wide social infrastructure through what Sprinklr calls "the 5 C's of Social Management Success; content, conversations, campaigns, collaboration, and community.
She recommended that New York and other coastal cities "shore up social infrastructure," because the most overlooked risk factor in coping with disaster is social isolation.
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