Dhonekhona, Arunachal Pradesh (India)
Voluntary activities for “Fondazione la Rosa Rossa “ / St. Paul’s Mission School
STRUCTURAL DESIGN REVIEW :
SCL – Ingegneria Strutturale
YEAR & AREA OF COMPETENCE :
2016 – 2018 | CIVIL – PUBBLIC
PROJECT SURFACE :
1800 Sq. m
ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL DESIGN :
LEO ASSOCIATES , Changanachery, India
AIM OF THE PROJECT :
Construction of a school in the rural village of DhoneKhona, 10 km from Namsai, in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, the most oriental of the Indian states, as part of a volunteer initiative of “La Rosa Rossa-Milan Foundation”. The building – in compliance with the seismic risk mitigation criteria of the highest degree in the region – represents the first on-site construction with reinforced concrete structure equipped with anti-seismic construction details. The building consists of a total of 14 large classrooms (7 on the PT and 7 on the 1st Floor) and a large open space located in the attic. The construction began in November 2016 and the school has been inaugurated in November 2018.
BY SCL :
Review of the project, which involved the reduction of a floor compared to the original project for seismic resistance’s reasons, improvement of construction details and construction supervision (carried out by a local company with local technicians).