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Assessment and Rehabilitation Concrete Structure Buildings

Assessment and Rehabilitation Concrete Structure Buildings

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Dear Colleagues

Greetings


Could someone help me to get any specifications or technical reference for the procedures to assessment and rehabilitation any concrete structure buildings (Especially Residential Buildings) after disasters for instance the wars or earthquakes?


Any help will be highly appreciated

Thanks

Refaat

RE: Assessment and Rehabilitation Concrete Structure Buildings

Google FEMA P-154; it's a free manual from FEMA for assessing buildings after an earthquake. FEMA has other free manuals as well to evaluate structures after a natural disaster. You can also try the Applied Technology Council. They have manuals that can be purchased. ATC-20 might interest you but the FEMA manuals is similar. Attached is a copy of ATC's Rapid Evaluation Form for buildings. Then there's ACI 562 - Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings

RE: Assessment and Rehabilitation Concrete Structure Buildings

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Dear all

Many thanks for your guidance, I am really grateful.

Best Regards

Refaat

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