Japan: Prime contractor behind leaning building ordered pilings of insufficient length

The designer and prime contractor of a leaning condominium building in Yokohama ordered a subcontractor to use 14-meter piles to build the structure, knowing that a demolished building at the same site had used 18-meter piles, a document obtained by Kyodo News showed Wednesday.   Read the article…………..


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