atrium


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Synonyms for atrium

an area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings

Words related to atrium

any chamber that is connected to other chambers or passageways (especially one of the two upper chambers of the heart)

the central area in a building

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Drew also noted that it has sold certain of its aluminum extrusion assets to Atrium for $7.
Tom Reilly, vice president and general manager, Turner Construction Company, added, "We are very proud to call Atrium Corporate Park home.
Vogt stated, "I'm very excited to be part of the Atrium team.
Commented Dunne, "Greenwich Atrium, with its high quality tenancy, is poised to deliver significant upside through rental rate growth and lease-up by leveraging the numerous favorable characteristics of its quality location and marketplace.
As well as being a great light-chute, the atrium is the central element in the building's climate control system.
Enhanced distribution of window safety information through links on several other Atrium family brand websites.
Significant capital improvements have been made to the atrium lobby, common areas, electrical system, telecommunications, and HVAC systems.
Monks joins Atrium as the new Senior Vice President of Operations
15-million-square-foot portfolio included the four-building, Class A Atrium Corporate Campus and the two-building, Class B Campus Drive Executive Center Allegiance acquired the prestigious, six-building portfolio, along with the two office buildings in Morristown, NJ in January 2005, with its joint venture partner, Rockpoint Group.
the largest manufacturer of residential vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors in North America, will become known as Atrium Corporation effective immediately.
The properties, Atrium Corporate Park and Campus Drive Executive Park, total 1.
Wrapped by linear bays of office space, the enclosed eight-storey-high atrium is structured about four gigantesque cylindrical columns and illuminated from above through a matrix of deep concrete beams (the Caja's roof is a horizontal cousin of its honeycomb southerly facades).