Renovation (also called remodeling) is the process of improving a structure. Two prominent types of renovations are commercial and residential.

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Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London (Willesden) - History - Renovation
... An adjoining building was bought thinking that it would solve the problem, but even so this could not meet the needs ... In 1986 a proposal was put forward to demolish the two existing buildings and in its place build a three temple story complex, which would combine the traditional Hindu Temple architecture and British designs ...
Sri Malaiperumal Koil - Temple Renovations
... Currently, this temple is going through renovation work with the help of funds flowing from within Tamil Nadu as well as around the world including Japan and Canada ... The renovation work is led by Sri Malaiperumal Koil Trust, 9.Alathur, Nagapattinam - 604 ... One of the main accomplishments of the renovation work is the completion of a meditation hall in which ...
Lorain Palace Theatre - Renovation
... Restoration of the theatre began in 1977 and so far the non-profit organization operating the location has raised an excess of $6 million towards the cost of its restoration and renovation ... Twenty-five thousand dollars was tendered as a down payment toward the purchase of the $100,000 building ...
Wood and Renovations
... Wood is versatile and flexible, making it the easiest construction material for renovations ... Wood buildings can be redesigned to suit changing needs, whether this involves adding a new room or moving a window or door ...
C. Pat Taylor - SBU Highlights
... Since Taylor's arrival at SBU, the campus has completed several major building and renovation projects including Jester Learning Center University Grand ...

Famous quotes containing the word renovation:

    Forgetfulness is necessary to remembrance. Ideas are retained by renovation of that impression which time is always wearing away, and which new images are striving to obliterate. If useless thoughts could be expelled from the mind, all the valuable parts of our knowledge would more frequently recur, and every recurrence would reinstate them in their former place.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    Postmodernity is the simultaneity of the destruction of earlier values and their reconstruction. It is renovation within ruination.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)