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Non-structural Damage Views in Mexico City The Degenkolb team continues to explore the streets of Mexico City. We have seen buildings that do not have damage to the main columns, beams or bearing walls, but that does not mean there is no damage. Often the damaged are found in the non-structural systems like the exterior. ... Read More > Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News, Seismic
Posted by mexicoteam1 on October 5, 2017 4:59 PM
 
Mexico City Team Visits a Damaged Hospital ... Read More > Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News, Seismic
Posted by mexicoteam1 on October 5, 2017 4:51 PM
 
Team 1 sends their final pictures Team member Jeremy Callister shares some photos.... Read More > Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News, Seismic
Posted by mexicoteam1 on October 5, 2017 4:24 PM
 
Day 3 Mexico City: Col de Valle Central and La Condessa districts Continuing our reconnaissance, Degenkolb visited the Col de Valle Central and La Condessa districts. ... Read More > Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News, Seismic
Posted by mexicoteam1 on October 3, 2017 3:50 PM
 
Day 2: The Effects of Adjacent Buildings Earthquake damage ranged from complete collapse to only minor cracking. One theme became apparent as we saw more and more damaged buildings. ... Read More > Filed Under: Degenkolb, Earthquake, Engineering, In The News, Seismic
Posted by mexicoteam1 on October 2, 2017 8:59 AM
 
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