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Brooklyn construction defects on the rise

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 9, 2015 11:20:12 AM / by Mark McGivern, CSI, Aff. M. ASCE

Following a Brooklyn building boom, The New York Times reported on March 6th that construction defect cases are on the rise. 

"As developers feverishly break ground on projects to cash in on soaring property values, lawyers, architects and engineers say they are fielding more calls from residents complaining of structural defects in newly built homes. There is growing concern that some developers are repeating the mistakes of the last housing boom and delivering substandard product. As more residents settle into new buildings, the trickle of calls could soon turn into a flood."

Read more about the situation here: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/08/realestate/construction-defects-follow-a-brooklyn-building-boom.html?emc=eta1&_r=1

Topics: Litigation Support, Construction Defect, Forensics