Marble lining Sample Clauses

Marble lining. TS-452 Marble lining to walls, columns and the like shall generally be 20 mm thick and the size, type and pattern shall be as stated in the Particular Specifications and/or as shown on the drawings. TS-453 The marble slabs shall be cut square and true and shall be uniform in shape and thickness. Patterns and mouldings shall be accurately formed in accordance with the Drawings. TS-454 Exposed edges and mouldings shall be protected by means of timber casing or lime putty coating. The exposed edges and faces of all marble shall be polished smooth and shall be free from scratches or other defects.
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Marble lining. TS-55 Marble lining to walls, columns and the like shall generally be 20 mm thick and the size, type and pattern shall be as stated in the Particular Specifications and/or as shown on the drawings.
Marble lining. Marble lining to walls, columns and the like shall generally be 20 mm thick and the size, type and pattern shall be as stated in the Bill of Quantity and/or as shown on the drawings.

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