rehabilitate


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rehabilitate

To restore a structure to good condition after deterioration.

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Rehabilitation of flood damages project has to rehabilitate 69 bridges out of which 16 have been completed and remaining will be completed upto June 2017, the sources added.
Building on the success of HomeWorks, the StoreWorks Program was started in 1997 to rehabilitate small, vacant, City-owned, mixed-use buildings and restore them to private ownership.
This program transfers one- to four-family properties to non-profits like NHS to rehabilitate and sell.
The Railways authorities will give incentives to private sector if they agree to repair and rehabilitate locomotives and tracks, an official of the Ministry said.
Likewise in Hazar Nao, Shago, Shin Katai and Tanarai villages of Mamund tehsil 18 electrical transformers and electric polls have been installed to rehabilitate the electricity system in these areas.
In addition to providing the construction loan financing, CPC selected the contractors to rehabilitate the buildings.