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Bulina Roșie

 Environment for Romania: 
A map of buildings with an elevated seismic risk and useful tools for reinforcing them

 Solution under developmnet

Interest for reinforcing and making high-risk buildings safe is low, which makes it very difficult for property managers to mobilize owners. Presently, it is unclear to all involved what efforts need to be taken, and there are many myths that revolve around the consolidation processes, that often increase the level of misinformation. Seismic Risc is a platform for collecting and viewing data about buildings with elevated seismic risk. It provides details on the degree of occupancy, useful information on consolidation, information dedicated to owners' associations and legislation explained in a simple, easy-to-understand manner.

A project developed pro-bono by Code for Romania volunteers

Administered by: The Make Better (MKBT) Association

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Solution built by:

Alexandru Buhai

Alexandru Buhai

Angel Râmboi

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Bogdan Hopulele

Constantin Lungu

Dan Ichim

Daniel Ursache

Francisc Czobor

Francisc Czobor

Geo Emacu

Irina Borozan

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Iulius Curt

Lorena Mitrea

Olivia Vereha

Vice President of Product

Radu Ștefănescu

Technology Officer (pro bono)

Tudor Amariei

Technology Officer (pro bono)
Vlad Plesu

Vlad Plesu

Source Code

All code written by the Code for Romania community is open-source. We aim to build, contribute to and encourage the development of Romania's code library to increase the quality of software solutions in the public space and beyond. Open source development increases the quality of the digital infrastructure built by digital actors, reduces costs by reusing code in different contexts, increases transparency, eliminates reliance on single providers and encourages the strengthening of contributor communities among specialists who can report errors or improve components and functionality. Explore the code for this solution here: