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Turkey will minimize the risks of low-quality buildings

  • 30.11.2020
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Turkey will minimize the risks of low-quality buildings

Currently, the country's parliament is considering a proposal to introduce amendments to the law "On construction supervision".

If changes are made to this law, then groups of inspectors consisting of geological engineers will inspect the projects under construction. These inspections are to ensure even greater safety for people
who are trapped in buildings during natural disasters, for example, earthquakes.

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