Title A Case Analysis Study on the Adequacy Review of Apartment Housing Reconstruction Safety Diagnosis
Authors 김은영(Kim, Eun-Young) ; 김홍섭(Kim, Hong-Seop) ; 전준서(Jeon, Jun-Seo) ; 채지용(Chae, Ji-Yong) ; 최경철(Choe Gyeong-Cheol)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.1.101
Page pp.101-110
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Apartment House; Reconstruction; Safety Inspection; Residential Environment
Abstract The number of apartment houses built between 1987 and 1990 reached about 735,000 nationwide. Due to the relaxation of the reconstruction years in 2015, the demand for reconstruction of apartment houses that have been built over 30 years ago is increasing. The weight of the reconstruction safety inspection evaluation items has been adjusted by sector. In 2015, the weights of structural safety decreased from 40% to 20% and for residential environment an increase from 15% to 40% of the items were adjusted. In this study, residential environment cases in the field of reconstructing safety inspection adequacy review were analyzed. As a result of analyzing 16 cases, the average age was 35.25 years, showing a distribution of 3.85 to 7.88 points, all of which were grade D. Overall, there was a tendency for bias in scores due to the lack of parking, which is one of the biggest problems of old apartment houses. The residential environment items were not necessarily proportional to the flow of elapsed training or RC/PC structure. Lastly, careful improvement is needed by identifying the effectiveness of the current residential environment adequacy review criteria.