This database contains over 50 case studies on concrete buildings damaged in over 20 earthquakes. Each case study provides detailed information about the building and photographs of damage. The information presented here has been extracted from references and discussions with mentors. The database is presented as a baseline for further research and should not be construed as definitive analysis. Images in the database are taken from references, online reports, EERI photo collections, and individual mentors. For more information about this database, visit http://www.concretecoalition.org /projects/damaged-buildings-database/.

Concrete Coalition

The Concrete Coalition, a project of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, is a network of individuals and organizations that works to understand the risk associated with dangerous non-ductile concrete buildings. Learn more about the Concrete Coalition at http://www.concretecoalition.org.


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