Structural decks protect roof membranes – and people.CONTINUE READING
Surprises are the only sure thing in New York City capital projects, and boards need to know how to adapt.CONTINUE READING
Two court rulings – nearly a decade apart – have determined that the developer, not the condo board, is responsible for construction defects.CONTINUE READING
Only in Brooklyn: a young couple is told they must push their baby stroller through the co-ops's back door.CONTINUE READING
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