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UC Berkeley Stadium Bird's Eye View of Reconstruction

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Uploaded on Oct 7, 2011

UC Berkeley's 1923 Memorial Stadium sits on top of an active earthquake fault. In case of a major quake, the Hayward fault could tear the ground apart below the stadium. A huge retrofit project is well underway, and the seismic solutions that are being implemented have never been tried before. The stadium is being rebuilt so that parts of it will actually be mobile, moving with the shifting earth when the rupture occurs.

Full Story: http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2011/0...

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