The Mexico City Administrative Verification Institute (Invea) removed three rooftop ads located in the Benito Juárez and Cuauhtémoc mayors.
The action was carried out on Thursday night and according to the authorities the announcements were withdrawn because they had a risk opinion issued by the Secretariat for Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection (SGIRPC).
In addition, they recalled that rooftop advertisements are expressly prohibited, in accordance with article 13, section III, of the Federal District Outdoor Advertising Law.
The first structure removed had a measure of 7.20 x 12.90 m and a weight of 4 tons and was installed in a building located in Calzada de Tlalpan, Zacahuitzco neighborhood, Benito Juárez Mayor’s Office.
In turn, the second advertisement, 10 x 14 m in diameter and 3.5 tons, was removed from a building located in Calzada de Tlalpan, Nativitas neighborhood, in the Benito Juárez Mayor’s Office.
Finally, a third structure, 13 x 12 m in diameter and weighing 4.5 tons, was removed from a building located on Juan A. Mateos street, in the Vista Alegre neighborhood, Cuauhtémoc Mayor’s Office.
Three cranes and six crews with equipment to cut and dismantle the structures were used to carry out the removal work. The materials with which the spectacular were made were transferred to the warehouse of the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing (Seduvi) for safekeeping.
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