Looking for to make sure seismic stability of high-rise buildings, the SDMC has began figuring out such constructions and issuing notices to teams and establishments to submit structural audit reviews, it mentioned on Sunday.
In a press release, the South Delhi Municipal Company (SDMC) mentioned it has already began taking motion in accordance with the directions given by the Delhi Excessive Courtroom in view of earthquakes and the seismic stability of high-rise buildings within the metropolis.
“With a view to guarantee seismic stability of buildings, the SDMC has began figuring out high-rise buildings and issuing notices searching for a structural audit report,” the civic physique mentioned.
It mentioned 77 notices have been issued to the authorities at colleges and residential group housing societies and establishments, asking them to submit structural audit reviews.
“An inspection was carried out by the engineers of the constructing division on the Sunny Valley housing society, Sector 12 and Delhi State Housing Society, Sector 19 of Dwarka to verify the retrofitting work on Sunday,” the assertion mentioned.
Earlier, a structural advisor was appointed to strengthen the buildings and make these secure from a seismic standpoint, it mentioned.
The advisor recommended retrofitting of the constructions by guniting, re-barring and jacketing of columns and strengthening of beams, the assertion mentioned.
Within the inspection carried out by the constructing division engineers, it was discovered that the work of retrofitting was in progress and anticipated to be accomplished in eight months as there was a paucity of funds, it added.
The Solar Valley society was constructed in 2003 on a land allotted by the Delhi Growth Authority (DDA). With the passage of time, cracks had developed in its columns and beams and the reinforcement was uncovered, the assertion mentioned.
Delhi-NCR has witnessed tremors just a few occasions just lately.