Massive Langley condo fire could have been prevented by newer building practices: developer
The spectacular fire that raged through a Langley condominium complex on Sunday likely wouldn’t have taken hold if it had been built under newer practices for placing additional sprinklers in four-storey wood-frame buildings, according to the developer that built the structure. “It’s a building code issue,” said Peter Warkentin, a partner in Abbotsford-based builder Quadra Homes, which developed the Paddington Station building in the 5600-block of 210A Street in downtown Langley that was completed in 2009. Read the article…………….
Condo residents living in downtown Toronto’s CityPlace area are growing increasingly frustrated over the number of power outages they have
Dear Tony: What happens when a strata corporation reaches an impasse on repairs? In October, our strata had an offer