BUA - built-up area

Serbian translation: izgrađena površina

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English term or phrase:BUA - built-up area
Serbian translation:izgrađena površina
Entered by: Radica

12:04 Mar 21, 2018
English to Serbian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / bruto i neto površine
English term or phrase: BUA - built-up area
tekst sadrži GBA - gross building area, GFA - gross floor area i BUA built-up area
Radica
Local time: 05:43
izgrađena površina
Explanation:
Termin ima dvojako značenje, ali ovo rješenje funkcionira u oba slučaja (iako bi u urbanističkom kontekstu bolje bilo koristiti "područje"). U ovom slučaju "površina" sasvim odgovara.

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4izgrađena površina
Elio Verbanac
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Veliki građevinski rečnik, Branko D. P. Vukičević
Nebojša Mihaljević

  

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bua - built-up area
izgrađena površina


Explanation:
Termin ima dvojako značenje, ali ovo rješenje funkcionira u oba slučaja (iako bi u urbanističkom kontekstu bolje bilo koristiti "područje"). U ovom slučaju "površina" sasvim odgovara.

https://www.google.hr/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enHR752HR753&ei=NVK...

Elio Verbanac
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Reference: Veliki građevinski rečnik, Branko D. P. Vukičević

Reference information:
Build-up area: 1. anglomeracija, 2. naselje, naseljeno mesto, 3. izgrađena površina

Nebojša Mihaljević
Serbia
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