Following a recent building collapse in Haryana, state authorities have issued an order for structural audits of five other residential companies. The order was issued by the State Director of Town and Country Planning upon learning of a building collapse in Chintal Paradiso Company, Sector 109, Gurugram, earlier this month. The five companies to be audited are located in sectors 107, 108, 109 and 110-A.
The order was issued to Raheja Vedanta, Sector 108, Raheja Atharwa, Sector 109, Brisk Lumbini, Sector 109, M3M Woodshire, Sector 107 and Mahindra Aura, Sector 110-A.
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In view of the threat to the life of the residents, it was decided to obtain the audit of structural stability, quality of construction, which includes the use of materials in the required report, the quality of the steel used and the quality of other materials used, etc. of the turn mentioned in the above settlements of IIT, Roorkee on an urgent basis, the order read. A similar audit is underway on the same model by IIT Delhi for Chintals Paradiso buildings after the collapse.
Two people are believed to have died last week after the roof of an apartment in Gurugram, Haryana collapsed. The incident happened on the sixth floor of Block D of the Chintels Paradiso housing complex in Sector 109 of Gurugram. The living room floor collapsed during the renovation of an upstairs room. All roofs and floors of the building, from the sixth to the ground floor.
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