Structural audit of new Rajendra Vihar & estimation of Repairs
Shraddha Laxmishankar Dube, Sameena Dastgir Mulla, Swati Devendra Kumar Sharma, Sakshi Rohit Hatkar, Payal Agrawal, Dr. Varsha Shah
Structural Audit is defined as a preliminary technical survey of a building to assess its general health as a civil engineering structure. It is usually initiated as the first step for repair.
A methodology for Structural Audit was first presented by the Indian Society of Structural Engineers. Structural Audit is an important tool for knowing the real status of the old building.
It ensures that the building and its premises are safe and have no risk. It analyses and suggests appropriate repairs and retrofitting measures required for the buildings to perform better in its service life.
This paper defines the structural audit of the residential building and also the suggestions for the repair that will enhance the life of the building.