Book review: Why do buildings collapse in earthquakes?

Author: Damian Grant

Date published

3 May 2022

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Book review: Why do buildings collapse in earthquakes?

Book review: Why do buildings collapse in earthquakes?
The Structural Engineer
Author

Damian Grant

Date published

3 May 2022

Author

Damian Grant

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The key value of this book is in reminding readers of the non-technical qualities, such as cultural sensitivity and communication skills, that seismic safety advocates must embody, concludes Damian Grant.

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Institution of Structural Engineers

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