Seismic isolation construction method
This method prevents not only the collapse of buildings but also any damage inside the buildings.
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The seismic isolation construction method is a construction method in which laminated rubber is installed between the building and the foundation as a cushion material to reduce the earthquake load and vibrations, which contribute to protecting human lives and assets from large earthquakes. While seismic isolated buildings shake slowly, reducing the shake upon an earthquake by 1/2 to 1/3 compared with normal buildings, shaking does not change in each floor even in the case of multistoried buildings, and damage to the building is minimal.