Defendants include the state, county, title and engineering and real estate co's ++

maybe D Tews could check in on this article


four streets were built on top of mine waste rock causing extreme sinkage to home foundations, cracked walls. clogged sewer lines, health problems etc

Engineers never screw up huh? Nonsense! Don’t try to ‘police’ me when you peeps have YOUR OWN problems, negligence n ignorance

“We also observed reputable engineers’ design solutions that did NOT alleviate the settlement and-or lateral pressure problems”

Imagine that, not every engineer has the right answer/solution… R Young thinks HE does lolol

I have some home inspectors on here trying to tell ME lolol, HOW to do MY job, how to dig our trenches, how to waterproof etc, GET the HELL outta here, you woudn’t possibly know you paperpushing chump, 42 friggin yrs and a handful of chumps here think THEY are right all the time on every damn thing, guess what, NO your NOT azz ho!!!

Back to the engineers etc screw ups, prolly few if any comments on THEIR screw ups, it’ll get twisted back to a waterproofing contractor who can’t write, i can’t do anything lololll ONLY they can and only they know how, UNREAL!!! They say i can write, they say they don’t understand but they sure understand when i slam some home inspectors in news articles who screwed up hahaa!

To the clique gang who don’t like this dirty waterproofing guy, FINE, kick me off your forum if that will stop your cry baby antics

Milk-fed baby dumpling
slobbering, goo-faced mean
Wet-nursed, sour purse spot face
blubbering in the cream

Checking for deed covenants & restrictions, prior mining operations, and the presence of karst formations are critical steps for a proper engineering assessment. Northern NJ is littered with abandoned mines. I get about half a dozen calls a year for annual assessments on properties near abandoned mines, all from law firms that were hired decades ago to make sure developments remain safe and receive their annual assessments.

Regarding the article, due diligence includes checking government databases and other reliable sources for the existence of mining operations. The process for checking runs something like this: retrieve and review state and federal database reports, retrieve and review insurance map database reports, retrieve and review deed abstracts and covenants, review historic aerial photography, review historic topographic maps, review readily accessible federal, state, and local historical information on mining operations.

Anything less than that does not meet the standard for due diligence.

And I’m still right regarding OSHA trenching requirements.

hahaha, oh hell yeah man, you get an A, gee without that information we’d be outta luck!

so Mister T, engineers can and do screw up, correct? I’ll answer for ya, YES they do!

Engineers-- A question of ethics

…an engineering firm is retained, the draft report is forwarded to senior engineer, the senior engineer has NOT personally inspected the damaged property and performs a substantial rewrite of the report, removing or significantly altering many of the original engineer’s observations and conclusions…

…in one instance the original engineer reported that sand deposits and other obstructions prevented him from examining whether the structures foundation had collapsed, the senior engineer replaces this language with, ‘no evidence of damage to the foundation components was observed’.

In another place the contract engineer noted he was unable to inspect a crawl space due to debris, the senior engineer replaces this text with a paragraph containing a comprehensive description of observations made within the crawl space finding that the observed structural damage was not caused by the storm but rather long term differential movement of supporting soils — the senior engineer emails the redlined report back to the original engineer/drafter with a note chastising the engineer and instructing the engineer to finalize it and resubmit it for issuance – the engineer complies and the new report is submitted to the insurance company which uses the report as it’s basis to DENY the policyholders claim…

real nice, good stuff there huh , yeah just more BS is the reality that screws homeowners, DECEPTIVE BS by engineer but again, this will in some way be Bubba Milk’s fault, just like when Bubba points out the scamming interior basement drainage system co’s, somehow THEIR con game is Bubba’s fault, same goes when SOME home inspectors or realtors etc screw up it’s dirty mean ole Bubba’s fault, just because i post some articles, some videos, some FACTS, it’s BUBBA’S fault! lollll

So be very carefull of the Milk Man, he is dAnGeRoUs.

Here one of Bubba’s girlfriends, trailer park stuff, she’s umm, a little bit dangerous, got milk?

…in the midnight hour, about the stroke of 12:00… looking 4 TROUBLE, lolol, looking for ___, walking on the WiLd side, she’s so complex… she’s Bubba’s, lil miss dAnGeRoUs