Posted 11 Oct 2011 by RoyalCommission Popular

Christchurch City Council Civic Offices

Technical reports

The Commission has engaged leading New Zealand and international technical experts to produce technical reports as part of its inquiry into building failure caused by the Canterbury earthquakes. The Commission is also sourcing and reviewing technical reports produced by other organisations.

All these reports will be published on this website. This will make their contents contestable in the Commission’s hearings. People who have lodged an Expression of Interest will be able to refer to these reports when making their submissions.

Department of Building and Housing Technical Investigation Reports Various

Heritage Earthquake Prone Building Strengthening Cost Study

 John Hare, Holmes Consulting Group

The Performance of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings in the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Swarm 

Associate Professor Jason Ingham, University of Auckland and Professor Michael Griffith, University of Adelaide

Structural Design for Earthquake Resistance: Past, Present and Future

 Associate Professor Rajesh Dhakal, University of Canterbury

Stairs and Access Ramps between Floors in Multi-storey Buildings

 Des Bull, Holmes Consulting Group

Preliminary Observations from the Christchurch Earthquakes

 Structural Engineering Society New Zealand (SESOC)

Foundations on Deep Alluvial Soils

Associate Professor Misko Cubrinovski, University of Canterbury and Ian McCahon, Geotech Consulting

Canterbury Earthquakes Sequence and Implications for Seismic Design Levels

GNS Science

Inelastic Reponse Spectra for the Christchurch Earthquake Records

Professor Emeritus Athol Carr,  University of Canterbury

Briefing material about the general system of building controls prior to 1991 and the current building regulatory system

Department of Building and Housing

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