Non-ductile concrete buildings are considered to be the most dangerous structures during an earthquake. When Los Angeles introduced its mandatory seismic retrofit program, many non-ductile
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WHAT WE DO
Soft Story Retrofit Solutions
Our site evaluation is 100% free of charge. One of our Retrofitting 360 retrofit specialists will walk through your property, analyzing and assessing conditions in order to outline all necessary information as well as measures to be taken to comply with the Ordinance. Following the evaluation, you’ll receive an initial proposal.
Soft Story Retrofit Exclusion in Los Angeles?
If you’ve recently received a “Notice of Order to Comply” and need a free site evaluation, or a comprehensive management package, our team will take you through the whole process and provide custom-designed solutions to fit your specialized needs.
Our services include a free site evaluation, economical engineering, plans submittal, construction, financing, cost recovery, tenant coordination and Retrofit certification.
WHAT WE DO
If You Own A Building That
- Consists of 2 or more stories of wood frame construction
- Contains ground floor parking or other open floor space
- Built under building code standards enacted before January 1, 1978
Property owners must comply with the ordinance within the following time limits from receipt of the Order to Comply:
- 2 years: Submit proof of previous retrofit, or plans to retrofit or demolish
- 3.5 years: Attain permit to start construction or demolition
- 7 years: Complete construction
What our Clients Say
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Apartment owners come in all sizes and shapes, just like the complexes they own. Some owners bought their property as an investment while others may
With the deadline almost here, retrofitting contractors are practically crawling out of the woodwork in Los Angeles. The seismic ordinances were passed in 2015, and