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Last edited 11 Oct 2018
Construction industry acronyms - V
This article presents a list of construction industry acronyms beginning with 'V'.
For other letters click on the list below:
V/A - Visual Aid
VA - Value Analysis
VAV - Variable Air Volume
VAWT - Vertical Axis Wind Turbine
VCD - Volume Control Damper
VCL - Vapour Control Layer
VCM - Vinyl Chloride Monomer
VCP - Volume Change Potential (of ground clays)
VDU - Visual Display Unit
VE - Value Engineering
VET - Vocational Education and Training
VFD - Variable Frequency Drive
VIF - Verify In Field
VM - Value Management
VMU - Vertical Mixed Use
VMU - Visual Mock-Up
VNMS - Variable Wall Mining System
VO - Variation Order
VP - Vacant Possession
VP - Vent pipe
VPC - Veterinary Products Committee
VPN - Virtual Private Network
VRMP - Value and Risk Management Protocol
VRV - Variable Refrigerant Volume (condenser unit)
VSC - Voluntary Safety Cases
VSD - Variable Speed Drive
VST - Vicat Softening Temperature
VTG - Variable Transmission Glazing
VWF - Vibration White Finger
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