Yesterday’s deluge of about 7 inches of rain, brought interior flooding at the newly renovated (A cost reported at between $500 Million to $1 Billion) Fontainebleau Hotel according to the Miami Herald. They said:
“...Rainwater ankle deep filled the ground-floor nightclub of the posh resort.” and:
The hotel is left with "...An 8 foot hole in its lobby ceiling."
I previously reported on a complex owned by Marriott but it also has ties to the same family that did the Fontainebleau Hotel renovations. This two building complex had major construction problems and I speculated that a yet unexplored downside of the building frenzy would be shoddy workmanship. Again I ask: Are these two examples isolated or the tip of the iceberg?