The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 89 (2011) > Issues > Issue 12 > Pushing the boundaries of seismic engineering
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Pushing the boundaries of seismic engineering

Sean Gledhill, a New Zealand-based structural engineer at Aurecon, looks at a very topical subject in light of the devestating Christchurch and Japanese earthquakes in the Pacific region and highlights the innovative measures engineers are taking to minimise the damage to buildings and to saving lives in the future

Author(s): Gledhill, Sean

Keywords: earthquakes;seismic design;buildings;new zealand;damage;research;performance;improving