Hurricane Lili was one of only four Atlantic tropical cyclones on record to reach hurricane status in the month of December. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The final of thirteen tropical storms in the 1984 Atlantic hurricane season, Lili developed as a subtropical cyclone which originated from a frontal trough to the south of Bermuda on December 12. It tracked southeastward, then northward, slowly attaining tropical characteristics and becoming a hurricane on December 20. Lili turned to the south and southwest, briefly threatening the northern Caribbean islands before weakening and dissipating near the coast of the Dominican Republic. Lili was the longest lasting tropical cyclone outside of the Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the strongest hurricane to form during the month of December. It briefly threatened to pass through the Lesser Antilles as a minimal hurricane, though upon passing through the area as a dissipating tropical depression Lili produced light rainfall and no reported damage.
Hurricane Lili (1984)
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Детский ясли-сад на 140 мест с бассейном
В технологической части разработана тех карта на устройство фундамента под здание Яслей-сада и бассейна. Сторйгенплан на период возведения надземной части здания. Сетевой график на производство работ по возведению здания, согласно этому графику продолжительность строительства 9 месяцев, максимальное количество работающих в одну смену 23 человека. Основной машиной при возведении каркаса является монтажный кран МКП-25А. Основные технико-экономические показатели проекта: Строительный объём здания 7654 мі. Общая площадь 1867 мІ. Общая сметная стоимость проекта в ценах 1984 года: 214,5 тыс. руб. Стоимость 1 мІ общей площади 194,4 руб. Стоимость устанавливаемого оборудования в ценах 1984 года 53 тысяч рублей. Трудоёмкость возведения здания 4772 человекодней и 342 машиносмен. Сметная заработная плата рабочих в ценах 1984 года 42 тысяч рублей. Общее количество работающих 30 человек. Анализ условий труда при устройстве кирпичной кладки.Вид выполняемых работ – кирпичная кладка стен здания детского яслей-сада. Работы производятся на вновь возводимом объёкте.
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