The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 6 > The Collapse of the Hotel New World, Singapore: a Technical Inquiry
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The Collapse of the Hotel New World, Singapore: a Technical Inquiry

The collapse of the Hotel New World at 11.15am on 15 March 1986 was sudden and complete, with no part of the structure left upstanding. T.W. Hulme, H.S. Parmar, K.H. Hou and P. Scripathy

Author(s): Hulme, T W;Parmar, H S;Hou, K H;Sripathy, P

Keywords: hotel new world, singapore;malaysia;failures;analysis;masonry;site investigation;columns;cracking;load tests;piles