Case History of a Collapsible Soil Fill
Collapse settlement of a deep compacted fill led to damage of a group of condominium units. The fill consisted of a highly heterogeneous mixture of coarse- to fine-grained soil containing...

Beliefs about Hurricane Andrew, Construction, and Evacuation

Overview of Hurricane Andrew in South Florida

Overview of Hurricane Iniki

Assessment of Building Damage Sustained During Hurricane Iniki (Comparison with Hurricane Iwa)

Relationship Between Residential Insurance Losses and Wind Conditions in Hurricane Andrew

Building Code Enforcement Issues, Hindsight and Foresight

Survivability of Manufactured Housing in Hurricanes

Evaluation of Design Wind Loads for Manufactured Homes and Needed Improvements

The Manufactured Home Dilemma

Some Lessons from Australian Experience

The Human Impact of Hurricane Iniki

Failure of Residential Building Envelopes as a Result of Hurricane Andrew in Dade County, Florida

Statistically-Based Evaluation of Homes Damaged by Hurricanes Andrew and Iniki

Improvements to Residential Construction on Kauai After Iniki

US Hurricanes of 1992 an Australian Perspective

Wind Tunnel Testing of High-Rise Residential Buildings in Hurricane Areas

Coastal and Oceanographic Impact of Hurricane Andrew

Argentina: Back in Business
Having achieved democracy and stabilized its economy, Argentina is working to improve its transport, telephone and power systems and to ease its housing shortage; the local construction...

Hurricanes of 1992
Lessons Learned and Implications for the Future
In 1992, Hurricanes Andrew and Iniki devastated portions of Florida, Louisiana, and Hawaii causing over $35 billion in damages and the loss of 38 lives. Hurricane Andrew, which accounted...

 

 

 

 

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