MBC (acronym civil engineering/architecture)

English translation: mezcla bituminosa en caliente

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Spanish term or phrase:MBC
English translation:mezcla bituminosa en caliente
Entered by: Marcus Malabad

15:17 Dec 26, 2000
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Spanish term or phrase: MBC (acronym civil engineering/architecture)
Demolicion y levantado de pavimento de M.B.C. de 10/20 cm. de espesor, incluso transporte del material a vertedero

Does anyone know what the above acronym stand (MBC) for?
Marcus Malabad
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Material Bituminoso Compactado?
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naMaterial Bituminoso Compactado?
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Material Bituminoso Compactado?


Explanation:
Not really sure!

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mezcla bituminosa en caliente


Explanation:
hot bituminous mix

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agree  xxxtazdog: thanks, yet again! :-)
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