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The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings - Red Book (July 2017)

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01/07/2017

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Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
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Guidelines
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The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings (the Guidelines) provides a technical basis for engineers to carry out seismic assessments of existing buildings within New Zealand. The Guidelines support seismic assessments for a range of purposes, including whether or not a building is earthquake prone in terms of the Building Act 2004 and for property risk identification more generally.

 

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Because the 'Redbook' is so large, it has been divided up into three separate downloadable parts (A, B, & C) to make it easier to print - refer MBIE website above to access each part.

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Because the 'Redbook' is so large, it has been divided up into three separate downloadable parts (A, B, & C) to make it easier to print - refer MBIE website above to access each part.

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Description

The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings (the Guidelines) provides a technical basis for engineers to carry out seismic assessments of existing buildings within New Zealand. The Guidelines support seismic assessments for a range of purposes, including whether or not a building is earthquake prone in terms of the Building Act 2004 and for property risk identification more generally.

 

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The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings - Red Book (July 2017)
Description

The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings (the Guidelines) provides a technical basis for engineers to carry out seismic assessments of existing buildings within New Zealand. The Guidelines support seismic assessments for a range of purposes, including whether or not a building is earthquake prone in terms of the Building Act 2004 and for property risk identification more generally.

 

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The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings - Red Book (July 2017)

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