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Last edited 17 Jan 2021
Construction industry acronyms - L
This article presents a list of construction industry acronyms beginning with 'L'.
For other letters click on the list below:
L6s - Lean Six Sigma
L&D - Learning and Development
L/L - Low Level
LA - Local Authority
LAA - Local Authority Associations
LAC - Local Authority Circular
LADD - Lifetime Average Daily Dose
LADS - Linear Asset Decision Support
LAI - Leaf Area Index
LAPC - Local Air Pollution Control
LAPPC - Local Air Pollution and Prevention Control
LAQM - Local Air Quality Management
LASS - Leisure Accident Surveillance System
LB - Listed Building
LB - Load-Bearing
LBA - Letter Before Action
LBA - London Boroughs Association
LBC - Listed Building Consent
LC - Lead Consultant
LCA - Landscape Character Area
LCA - Lifecycle Assessment
LCA - Low Cost Alternative
LCD - Liquid Crystal Display (glazing)
LCI - Life Cycle Inventory
LCM - Lighting Control Module
LCN - London Cycle Network
LCN+ - London Cycle Network Plus
LCT - Landscape Character Type
LD - Land Division
LD - Latent Defect
LD - Lead Designer
LDA - Linear Photodiode Array
LDF - Low Density Fibreboard
LDG - List of Dangerous Goods
LDI - Latent Defects Insurance
LDO - Local Development Order
LDS - Local Development Scheme.
LDV - Leyland DAF van
LEA - Local Education Authority
LEAV - Lower Exposure Action Value
LED - Light-Emitting Diode
LEL - Lower Explosive Limit
LEL - Lower Exposure Limit
LEP - Lowest Evaluated Price
LEV - Local Exhaust Ventilation
LEZ - Low Emission Zone
LFL - Lower Flammability Limit
LGA - Local Government Association
LGA - Local Government Authority
LGS - Local Geological Site
LHA - Local Highway Authority
LHDG - London Housing Design Guide
LHS - Left Hand Side
LIF - Laser Induced Fluorescence
LIGS - locally important geological site
LIL - Local Interest List
LL - Live Load
LL - Low Level
LLC - Limited Liability Corporation
LLL - Lifelong Learning
LLMI - Local Labour Market Intelligence
LMFBR - Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor
LNAPL - Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid
LNG - Liquefied Natural Gas
LNR - Local Nature Reserves
LO - London Overground
LO - Low
LOD - Level of Detail
LOD - Limit of Detection
LOEL - Lowest Observed Effect Level
LOI - Letter of Intent
LoL - Limitation of Liability
LON - Light Obstruction Notice
LoR - Letter of Reliance
LOR - Light Output Ratio
LOTO - Lock Out Tag Out
LOX - Liquid Oxygen
LP - Legality of Production
LP - Limited Partnership
LP - Liquefied Petroleum
LP - Local Plan
LP - Low Pressure
LPA - Local Planning Authority
LPC - Loss Prevention Council
LPG - Liquefied Petroleum Gas
LPS - Last Planner System
LPS - Loss Prevention Standard
LPT - Local Property Tax
LPT1 - London Power Tunnels Phase 1
LPT2 - London Power Tunnels Phase 2
LRAP - London Rivers Action Plan
LRT - Light Rapid Transit
LRV - Light Reflectance Value
LSD - Limit State Design
LSF - Low Smoke or Fumes
LSP - Loss Prevention Standard.
LSS - Load Scaling Sensitivity
LSSB - Large Single Storey Building
L-TS - Long-Term Storage
LTA - Lost Time Accident
LTEL - Long Term Exposure Limit.
LTI - Lost Time Incident
LTSF - Local Track Selection Factor
LTT - Lockout Tagout Try
LUST - Land Use Surface Type
LV - Large Vegetation
LV - Low Voltage
LV - Low Volume
LVDT - Linear Variable Differential Transducer
LVT - Luxury Vinyl Tiles
LWA - Lightweight Aggregate
LWD - Large Woody Debris
LWS - local wildlife site
LWSC - Long Wave Shading Coefficient
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