Nonbuilding structures, also referred to simply as structures, are those not designed for continuous human occupancy. The term is used by architects and structural engineers to distinctly identify structures that are not buildings.
Examples of Nonbuilding Structures:
Off Shore Platforms
Oil Tank Farms
Ski Tow Structures
- Aerial tramway support pillar
- Boat lifts
- Building canopies
- Chimneys and smokestacks
- Retaining walls
- Structures designed to support, contain or convey liquid or gaseous matter, including
- Cooling towers
- Distillation equipment and structural supports at chemical and petrochemical plants and oil refineries
An overpass is a bridge, road, railway or similar structure that crosses over another road or railway.
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