Construction Works

Some articles on construction works, work, construction:

Protected Areas Of Estonia - Protected Areas - Special Management Zone
... a special management zone economic activities use of natural resources erection of new construction works staying of persons in the habitats of protected species and staging posts of migratory ... clauses (2) 4) and 5) of this section does not extend to supervision and rescue work, activities related to the administration of the natural object, and to research carried out with the consent of the ... or activities which do not harm the object maintenance work on existing land improvement systems and restoration of the water regime development of biotic communities in adherence to the objective of ...
Sölvesborg Medium Wave Transmitter - Construction Works
... Construction began in 1982 ... The antenna towers took three months to assemble ...
Pelješac Bridge - History
... Party of Croatia (SDP) publicly proposed the construction of the bridge ... was added to the spatial plan of the County, and the first construction plans were proposed ... Nevertheless, the construction works on the Pelješac project were officially commenced in November 2005 in a grand opening led by Ivo Sanader ...
Póvoa De Varzim Lota - History - Seaport Works Pleas
... Queen Maria I authorized the construction works on the seaport on February 1791 ... engineer Reinald Oudinot was responsible for the construction under orders of the shire's corregedor Francisco de Almada e Mendonça ... The construction of the northern breakwater started in 1795 ...

Famous quotes containing the words works and/or construction:

    The man who builds a factory builds a temple, that the man who works there worships there, and to each is due, not scorn and blame, but reverence and praise.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    When the leaders choose to make themselves bidders at an auction of popularity, their talents, in the construction of the state, will be of no service. They will become flatterers instead of legislators; the instruments, not the guides, of the people.
    Edmund Burke (1729–1797)