Saturday, May 28

A letter warned in April that the deterioration in the Miami building was accelerating



Less than three months before part of the twelve-story Champlain Towers South building collapsed in Surfside, north of Miami Beach (Florida), the president of the community alerted the rest of the residents that the deterioration of the concrete detected in 2018 was “accelerating.”

This is how he let the residents know Jean Wodnicki in a paper of April 9 that he signed as president of the board of directors and which was known yesterday through the US media. In the letter he made reference to the report that the engineer had prepared three years ago Frank Morabito before the mandatory recertification that buildings must undergo in Miami at age 40