The ATC-43 USB contains an indexed pdf of three reports, Evaluation of Earthquake-Damaged Concrete and Masonry Wall Buildings, Basic Procedures Manual (FEMA 306), Evaluation of Earthquake-Damaged Concrete and Masonry Wall Buildings, Technical Resources (FEMA 307), and The Repair of Earthquake Damaged Concrete and Masonry Wall Buildings (FEMA 308), which were developed for FEMA under a contract with the Partnership for Response and Recovery, a Joint Venture of Dewberry &, Davis and Woodward-Clyde (ATC-43 Project). (Published 1998; Evaluation Procedures Manual, 270 pages, Technical Resources, 271 pages, Repair Document, 81 pages)
ABSTRACT: Developed by 26 nationally recognized specialists in earthquake engineering, these documents provide field investigation techniques, damage evaluation procedures, methods for performance loss determination, repair guides and recommended repair techniques, and an in-depth discussion of policy issues pertaining to the repair and upgrade of earthquake damaged buildings. The documents have been developed specifically for buildings with primary lateral-force-resisting systems consisting of concrete bearing walls or masonry bearing walls, and vertical-load-bearing concrete frames or steel frames with concrete or masonry infill panels. The intended audience includes design engineers, building owners, building regulatory officials, and government agencies.
Note that the FEMA 308 Report, The Repair of Earthquake Damaged Concrete and Masonry Wall Buildings, is available in our online store under Repair of Damaged Buildings.