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Posted Wednesday, November 26, 2014 12:31 PM
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I am keen to add more to my design expertise on this topic and to also share my knowledge with others.

My perception of the current situation is that the focus is on the structural elements of the building and the non structural items are often overlooked. e.g. Water sprinkler pipes fracturing in office spaces above the mission critical data centre; gensets that don't start after the earthquake shaking for a whole raft of reasons like broken mounts/pipes/cables/batteries.....; UPS batteries that fall from thier selves and snap thier solid metal terminal links; ......
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