NBC Bay Area reports the designer of the troubled fix of the Millennium Tower on Thursday declared a key first test of a new strategy to limit more sinking and tilting during construction a success, although experts and city officials cautioned the data was preliminary, Raj Mathai speaks with Jaxon Van Derbeken on it.
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In this latest video in the series on the Champlain towers condo collapse in surfside, Miami, Florida, Jeff Ostroff looks at how the onslaught of water was just constantly attacking this condominium building.
Max Darrow, CBS Bay Area, reports that it appears some of that damage could have been avoided.
In this video, Top Luxury goes over Expensive Construction Mistakes including San Francisco's Millenium Tower, the OIkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant, and the Harmon Hotel in Las Vegas.
Good Morning America reports Grand Isle is one of a number of communities rocked by the Category 4 hurricane nearly a month ago.
University of California regents on Thursday approved a plan to build housing, revitalize green space and create a memorial at People's Park in Berkeley, Da Lin of KPIX CBS SF Bay Area reports.
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.