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Structure

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

1. See: Capital structure.

2. A building or other improvement to real estate.
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structure

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

Any constructed improvement to a site.

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The SAFE Bridges Act would authorize an additional $2.75 billion annually through the 2020 fiscal year to enable states to repair and replace their structurally deficient bridges.
"Based on our analysis, the average age of bridges nationwide is 36 years, and given that the average design life of most existing bridges is 50 years, a big wave of structurally deficient bridges is expected to spike over the next 20 to 30 years," Halfawy said.
The more people engaged in light physical activities, the more structurally sound their white matter was in the temporal lobe, a part of the brain that lies behind the ears and is involved in memory and language.
A total of 378 bridges in Oregon are structurally deficient, and 1,150 are rated functionally obsolete.
Florida ranked best, with just about 2 percent of bridges rated structurally deficient.
"As of last year, 11.5 per cent of US bridges, crossed by an average of 282,672,680 vehicles daily, were graded 'structurally deficient' by the Federal Highway Administration."
According to LePatner, a structurally deficient bridge has one or more "major defects" in its support structure; while a fracture-critical bridge lacks redundancy, meaning that if one portion of the bridge fails, there is no "back-up."
S&P believes that the upcoming legislative and gubernatorial elections could forestall progress on the adoption and implementation of a meaningful solution to the commonwealth's unfunded pension and retirement obligations, which could further complicate the achievement of structurally balanced budgets.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Mubadala Real Estate and Hospitality, or MREH, has announced that Rosewood Abu Dhabi, the landmark luxury waterfront hotel on Sowwah Island, has reached its final height of 143 metres and is structurally complete.
Hume-Rothery rules for structurally complex alloy phases.
Sofia's schools, kindergartens and hospitals would be checked whether they are structurally sound, whether they could withstand a strong earthquake, or they need to be reinforced, Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova said.