Analysis of Defficiencies in Building Structure as a Contributing Factor to Building Failure

  • Mohamad Budi Hartono Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
  • Anik Ratnaningsih Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
  • Dewi Junita Koesoemawati Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
Keywords: Building failure, Structure deficiency, Structural analysis

Abstract

Building failure is a state where a building is in ruins and/or unusable after the final delivery of construction. Many factors cause building failure, ranging from imperfect planning, poor use of materials, implementation of untechnical work, incorrect use of space functionality and improper and/or imprecise maintenance. Previous studies have researched about planning, supervision and implementation, but this study focuses on the analysis of building structure deficiencies at the operational stage for 4 main multi-storey buildings of the Jember State Islamic Institute (IAIN Jember – Institut Agama Islam Negeri Jember). This study aims to determine the condition, reliability and functioning of the buildings, as an initial step to identify the occurrence of building failures. It studies on buildings above ten years using a visual method and a building structure test of hammer test method. The results showed that of the 4 buildings that suffered the highest minor damage to the structural elements was found in the lecture building with a percentage of damage to the structure of 6.45%. The highest architectural damage was on the staff buildings with 16.90%. The highest utility damage was found at 6.03% also on the staff building. The methods used was capable in recognizing and evaluating the damage on the buildings which it could then be applied to prevent building failures.

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Published
2020-01-15
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