WSVN-TV reports the town’s top building official, Jim McGuinness, was on the roof of the building just 14 hours earlier.
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WPLG Local 10 reports the work to shore up support beams will take about a year at the River Run South, which sits on the Miami River.
9News reports a sinking San Francisco high-rise is receiving renewed scrutiny after the Surfside condo collapse.
10 Tampa Bay reports the tragedy in Surfside has condo associations across the country evaluating building safety.
David Goldstein of CBS Los Angeles reports on the county's efforts to have the Marina City Club Towers condominium inspected after the tragic collapse of a condo building in Florida last week.
In the aftermath of the Champlain Towers collapse in Miami, Roger of Skill Builder takes a look at why concrete fails and what can be done to prevent future disasters.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.