A. Lime plastering
B. Heat resistant plastering
C. Veneer plastering
D. Gypsum plastering
I had been asked this question during a job interview.
The query is from Mixed Masonry in section Methods of Building Estimate & Estimate of Building of Civil Engineering Drawing
For explanation I would say: Veneer plastering covers the entire wall with thin liquid plaster, uses a great deal of water and is applied very wet. The walls intended to be plastered are hanged with “Blueboard” (named as such for the industry standard of the outer paper being blue-grey in color). This type of sheet rock is designed to absorb some of the moisture of the plaster and thus allow it to cling the plaster better before it sets.
Veneer plastering is a one-shot one-coat application; taping usually requires sanding and then adding another coat, since the compound shrinks as it dries.