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.
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