cajón de obra

English translation: construction fence

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Spanish term or phrase:cajón de obra
English translation:construction fence
Entered by: Simon Hill

08:27 Oct 24, 2005
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: cajón de obra
text on health and safety at work: "delimitación del cajón de obra"
Simon Hill
Local time: 12:46
construction fence
Explanation:
As near as I can tell, this is what it refers to. Here are some refs. As you can see, it's used in the sense of "cerramiento" or "valla."

Por otra parte, Muñoz informó de que ya ha acordado un presupuesto con la Gerencia Municipal de Urbanismo para instalar un ***cajón de obra*** alrededor de la sede vecinal, por lo que aseguró que "una vez que tengamos todas las autorizaciones pertinentes, procederemos a ***colocar la valla alrededor del edificio***", de modo que se podrá salvaguardar el edificio en construcción de los ataques vandálicos.
http://tinyurl.com/cratj

DATOS DEL ***CERRAMIENTO O CAJON DE OBRA***
http://www.urbanismosevilla.org/documentos/pdf/tramites/Soli...

EL ***CERCADO DE LA OBRA***.
Vallas y cercas de cerramientos. ***Cajón de obra***: Diversos casos según el emplazamiento de la obra.
http://www.inmoley.com/NOTICIAS/ANTIGUAS/EDIFICIO-ARQUITECTO...

And a ref. in English:

The Designer shall establish the limits of the construction site in coordination with the University. The Designer should indicate these limits on the design development drawings. ***The construction fence is intended to define & limit the area that can be used by the project for staging areas, material storage areas and parking required by the project.***
http://www.fac.unc.edu/grounds/ConstructionGuidelines/
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Local time: 12:46
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Thanks for all your help, Cindy.
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construction fence


Explanation:
As near as I can tell, this is what it refers to. Here are some refs. As you can see, it's used in the sense of "cerramiento" or "valla."

Por otra parte, Muñoz informó de que ya ha acordado un presupuesto con la Gerencia Municipal de Urbanismo para instalar un ***cajón de obra*** alrededor de la sede vecinal, por lo que aseguró que "una vez que tengamos todas las autorizaciones pertinentes, procederemos a ***colocar la valla alrededor del edificio***", de modo que se podrá salvaguardar el edificio en construcción de los ataques vandálicos.
http://tinyurl.com/cratj

DATOS DEL ***CERRAMIENTO O CAJON DE OBRA***
http://www.urbanismosevilla.org/documentos/pdf/tramites/Soli...

EL ***CERCADO DE LA OBRA***.
Vallas y cercas de cerramientos. ***Cajón de obra***: Diversos casos según el emplazamiento de la obra.
http://www.inmoley.com/NOTICIAS/ANTIGUAS/EDIFICIO-ARQUITECTO...

And a ref. in English:

The Designer shall establish the limits of the construction site in coordination with the University. The Designer should indicate these limits on the design development drawings. ***The construction fence is intended to define & limit the area that can be used by the project for staging areas, material storage areas and parking required by the project.***
http://www.fac.unc.edu/grounds/ConstructionGuidelines/

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Thanks for all your help, Cindy.
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