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Synonyms for centering

the concentration of attention or energy on something

(American football) putting the ball in play by passing it (between the legs) to a back

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This segment had consistently high percentages working on highway structures including noise barriers, highway guardrail systems, signs and signposts, salt storage buildings, pedestrian bridges, and form- and falsework.
In addition, the pipelines ran across, and at an angle, to the bridge deck, which caused even greater problems when carrying out the falsework erection.
Caltrans started the SAS span by constructing a complex structure of steel truss falsework to support the deck sections.
The closure will allow contractors to remove the wooden falsework used to construct the new southbound I-5 Willamette River Bridge.
One of these firms is RMD Kwikform in Aldridge, a leading supplier of formwork and falsework to the construction industry.
Completion of work on an occupied site with maintenance activities and services for the entire duration of the work requires the completion of falsework.
today as contractors for the Oregon Department of Transportation continue building the Interstate 5 Willamette River Bridge falsework supports.
This failure redistributed the loads in the shoring system, and the remaining shoring towers in the first interior row of falsework beams on Bridge No.
19, and were standing on the plywood falsework supported by shoring almost 60 feet above the floor of the tank.
Workers are preparing for pile driving and construction of bridge falsework.
Use of prefabricated elements allowed the construction to be done with little falsework (temporary elements), which minimized disturbance to the ground underneath the bridge," says Gary Jakovich, a senior bridge engineer with FHWA.
Third Millennium Bridge, Spain - formwork and falsework solutions to
Until the spans can be tensioned, they are held up by the awkward-looking web of girders that support the forms into which concrete is poured, arrangements known as falsework.
Nighttime activities will require traffic slowdowns for falsework placement over southbound I-5.