So this is the first concrete building this company has attempted. Might it be that the weight is causing the building to sink? Even a few centimetres is enough to cause cracking in walls.
The University Heights architect recently told me the switch from concrete to wood frame was based in part by the realization the extreme weight would require exorbitantly expensive a piles and caissons.
Maybe the contractors were getting overly optimistic geotechnical advice.
*Legal disclaimer: this post is not to be construed as offering libelous opinion on any corporation or entity. I'm trying to make 2020 a year I don't get threatened with legal action.
We should blame the proximity to the Strait of Juan de Fuqua, as the proponent of the View/Vancouver apartment development recently did ...