The RED HOUSE, Parliament Buildings, Trinidad &Tobago Structural Seismic Retrofit

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Cintec North America has undertaken vital restoration work on The Red House, also known as the seat of Parliament for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

The landmark $1m project marks a monumental moment in the history of structural engineering as one of the Reinforcement anchors inserted into the structure is believed to be the longest in the world, measuring 36.52 meters [ 120 Ft ] in the length. It was also the first time that Cintec had used 3D printing for sacrificial parts.

CINTEC NORTH AMERICA ANNOUNCES RESTORATION OF THE HISTORIC SIMPSON TOWER IN TORONTO

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CINTEC North America announces it recently helped restore the Simpson Tower, a famous Canadian landmark, and one of the tallest buildings in Toronto.

Through this innovative approach, the project was completed without having to remove and inconvenience tenants, and as a further benefit, improve the “class” of the building while also addressing the ever-present Green Policy.

 

WALES-BASED CINTEC CELEBRATE FURTHER SUCCESS IN NORTH AMERICA

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Structural engineering firm Cintec International, whose head office is based in Newport, has announced further success  for their sister company in North America.

The company has worked on various projects around North America including the Statue of Liberty, the Library of Parliament in Canada, the White House as well as projects around the world such as the Egyptian Pyramids, Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.

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