After receiving a report that a skyscraper in Seongsu-dong, Seoul had shaken, the authorities conducted an emergency safety diagnosis, but no abnormalities were found.
At around 4:30 pm on the 20th, a report was received that the 33-story ‘D-Tower Seoul Forest’ in Seongsu-dong, Seoul was shaken up and down several times.
The fire department, the Seoul Metropolitan Government, the Seongdong-gu Office, and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport conducted on-site inspections, but no abnormalities were found.
DL E&C (formerly Daelim Industrial), the construction company, conducted an emergency safety diagnosis by putting in about 10 vibration experts and structural engineers, and as a result, said that there was no relation between vibration and building safety.
He also explained that there does not appear to be any external influences such as earthquakes, winds, or blasting, and that micro-vibrations are presumed to have occurred due to specific activities inside the building.
It has been confirmed that damage to the glass windows of buildings or leaks that have been raised in online communities have nothing to do with this vibration.
The contractor plans to install a measuring instrument in the building to determine the detailed cause and measure the vibration from time to time.
‘D Tower Seoul Forest’ is the office building of ‘Acro Seoul Forest’, a residential-commercial complex that was completed in December last year. SM Entertainment, Socar, Hyundai Glovis, etc.
YTN Hwang Bo Hye-kyung ([email protected])
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