Alpha Strike is a term used in engineering to describe a major, one-time operation which has a significant impact on the design or structure of a project. It refers to the stage in a project when a change is made which requires a large amount of resources, such as labor and materials, in order to complete. Major works completed using Alpha Strike typically focus on meeting important safety and quality standards, increasing functionality or design, and reducing the cost of labor. Examples of Alpha Strike works include the construction of a large dam, the installation of a new electrical system, and the repair of a major transportation route.
Engineering, Alpha Strike, Design, Quality, Functionality, Construction.
CITATION : "Ahmad Al-Khatib. 'Alpha Strike.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=203985 (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"
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