Epic Residences condo association sues developer, architect and subcontractors over incompatible fire safety system (FL)

Another prominent developer is facing allegations of installing a faulty fire sprinkler system in a South Florida luxury condo tower. This time, litigation surrounds Ugo Colombo’s CMC Group’s Epic Residences in downtown Miami.  In a lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court last month, the Epic West Condominium Association accuses CMC, architecture firm RVL Architecture & Design and two subcontractors of breach of statutory implied warranties, breach of contract, negligence and violations of the Florida building code over alleged construction defects in the 342-unit tower, which also includes a 415-room hotel. The building is located at 200 Biscayne Boulevard along the Miami River.    Read the article………


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