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Last edited 14 May 2020
Construction industry acronyms - E
This article presents a list of construction industry acronyms beginning with 'E'.
For other letters click on the list below:
EZ - Enterprise Zone
EA - Each
EA - Employer's Agent
EA - Environment Agency
EA - The Equality Act 2010
EAE - Evidence Analysis and Evaluation
EAHE / EAHX - Earth-Air Heat Exchanger
EAHP - Exhaust-air-source heat-pump
EAM - Environmental Assessment Method
EAPC - Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycle
EAS - Enterprise Allowance Scheme
EASE - Estimation and Assessment of Substance Exposure
EAT - Employment Appeals Tribunal
EAZ - Education Action Zone
EB - External Beam
EbD - enquiry by design
EBT - Employee Benefit Trust
EC - Embodied Carbon
EC - Eurocode
EC - European Commission
ECA - Engineering Critical Assessment
ECA - Enhanced Capital Allowance
ECB - Electricity Control Box
ECD - Enhanced Construction Detail
ECI - Enquiry Confirmation Instruction
ECI - Export Credit Insurance
EcIA - Ecological Impact Assessment
ECL - Exposure Control Limit
ECML - East Coast Main Line
ECS - Empty Coaching Stock
EDC - Extra Deep Flange [British Gypsum]
EDCL - Extra Deep CurveLiner [British Gypsum]
EDMOs - Empty dwelling management orders
EDR - Energy Demand Reduction
EDTA - Ethylene Diaminetetraacetic Acid
EE - Energy Efficiency
EEIG - European Economic Interest Groupings
EEL - Emergency Exposure Limit
EER - Emergency Evacuation and Rescue
EER - Energy Efficiency Ratio
EER - Evacuation, Escape and Rescue
EERA - Evacuation, Escape and Rescue Assessment
EEU - Expected Energy Unserved.
EF - Each Face
EFT - Earliest Finish Time
EfW - energy from waste
EGL - External Ground Level
EGP - Enhanced Ground Plane
EGT - Equivalent Gross Tonnage
EHO - Environmental Health officer
EHP - environmental health practitioner
EHSR - Essential Health and Safety Requirement
EIA - Electronic Industries Association
EINA - Equalities Impacts Needs Assessment
EINECS - European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances
EIS - Environmental Impact Statement
EJ - Expansion Joint
EL - Elevation
EL - Existing Level
ELCB - Earth Leakage circuit Breaker
ELEC - Electrical
ELEV - Elevation
ELF - Extra Low Frequency
ELINCS - European List of Notified Chemical Substances
ELO - Enforcement Liaison officer
ELP - Emergency Lighting Panel
ELS - Entry Level Stewardship
ELT - Emergency Liaison Team
ELV - Exposure Limit Value
ELV - Extra-Low Voltage
EM - Explanatory Memorandum
EMA - Employment Medical Adviser
EMC - electromagnetic compatibility
EMC - Electromagnetic Compatibility (directive)
EMC - event mean concentration
EMF - electromagnetic field
EML - Expanded Metal Lath
EMR - Elastomeric in Metal Runners
EMR - Electromagnetic Radiation
EMR - environmental minimum requirement
EMR - Extended Metropolitan Regions
EN - European Standard (N for Norm)
ENTR - Entrance
EO - Ethylene Oxide
EO - Executive officer
EOI - Expression of Interest
EOL - End of Life
EOT - Extension of Time
EP - Earthing Pit
EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer
EPO - Environmental Protection Officer
EPP - Expanded Polypropylene
EPS - Environmental Performance Statement
EPS - Expanded Polystyrene
EQ - Equal
EqIA - equality impact assessment
ER - Exposed Run
ERC - External Reflected Component
ERIC - Eliminate Reduce Inform Control
ERV - Energy Recovery Ventilators
ESD - Emergency Shutdown Device
ESEER - European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
ESFR - Early Suppression Fast Response
ESG - Environment Social Governance
ESP - Electrostatic Precipitator
ET - Expansion Tank
ETA - European Technical Assessment
ETAG - Guideline for European Technical Approval
ETAHE - Earth To Air Heat Exchanger
ETS - emissions trading scheme
EUI - Energy Use Intensity
EUQ - Element Unit Quantities
EUR - Element Unit Rates
EV - Earned Value
EV - Electric Vehicle.
EVA - Earned Value Analysis
EVA - Ethylene Vinyl Acetate
EVC - Emergency Voice Communication
EVM - Earned Value Management
EWI - External Wall Insulation
EWL - Euston to Watford Line
EX - Existing (plan)
EXCO - Executive Committee
EXPP - Existing Patched and Painted
EXT - Exterior
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