No code enforcement in Alaska
This is not so much a question as a statement – building codes exist for a reason.
Eagle River, AK – 10 miles from Anchorage, experienced the most earthquake damage. https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/2018/12/05/why-did-damage-vary-in-alaskas-70-quake-soil-shaking-construction-quality-may-all-be-factors/
Eagle River voted to not be subject to the same building codes as in Anchorage: https://www.adn.com/opinions/2018/12/04/heres-why-some-structures-fell-in-the-alaska-earthquake-and-others-didnt-and-how-we-decided-that/
Photos 2, 6 and 15 are of one house that broke apart. https://www.adn.com/visual/photos/2018/12/02/photos-second-day-of-dealing-with-earthquake-aftermath/
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GBA Detail Library
A collection of one thousand construction details organized by climate and house part