CERL

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AcronymDefinition
CERLConstruction Engineering & Research Laboratory
CERLConstruction Engineering Research Laboratory (US Army)
CERLCenter for Ethics and the Rule of Law (University of Pennsylvania)
CERLCentral Electricity Research Laboratories (Leatherhead, Surrey)
CERLCanadian Explosives Research Laboratory (CANMET)
CERLComputer-based Education Research Laboratory
CERLComputational Electromagnetics Research Laboratory (University of Victoria, Canada)
CERLCivil Engineering Research Laboratory
CERLCorvallis Environmental Research Laboratory
CERLCanadian Elections Resource Library (Canada)
CERLChief Electrician Radio Land Operator (US Navy rank)
CERLCognitive Ergonomics Research Laboratory (University of Calgary; Canada)
CERLCombustion and Engine Research Laboratory
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Caption: The Committee 541 chartering times with Corps of Engineers 3-D printing at the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Ill.
Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, and the Desert Legacy Fund of the California Desert Research Program.
The ERDC Construction Engineering Research Laboratory developed metrics that allow semipermanent structures to be compared qualitatively and quantitatively when constructed with ICM versus traditional materials.
Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL), Champaign, Ill.
Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL), Champaign, Ill., is an epoxy polyamide product that features a reduced zinc content.
Army Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL).
Indeed, a study early in 2004 supervised by the Army Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and co-sponsored by the CMRA and the National Demolition Association (NDA) showed that concrete with relatively low levels of LBP on it can be recycled safely (see Construction &Demolition Recycling, March/April 2004, p.
Funded by the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) of the U.S.
The Corps' Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL), is conducting studies seeking to expand deconstruction and reuse of Army buildings slated for removal.
Army Corps of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) maintains programs with guidance and information on technology to support planning, design, execution, and management of land restoration and maintenance activities, specifically on military installations, but applicable as well to many public agencies.
This (Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory) report contains guidelines for the disposal of lead-based paint wastes, including information pertaining to: lead-based paint; lead-based paint waste-abatement; and lead-based paint waste-management options.
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