Singapore: Blocked drain caused condo glass panels to shatter

A blocked drain caused glass panels around a condominium’s fifth-floor swimming pool to shatter, sending broken glass and water cascading onto a carpark below, an investigation has found.  The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) found that overflowing water from the outdoor infinity pool at the Cradels condo in Balestier was caught in the narrow drain between the pool wall and the glass wall, causing water pressure to build up and the glass panels to eventually give way.    Read the article………..


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