BANK-RAZE BIZ'S HISTORY OF HORROR
Sadly, this latest incident probably won't be the last time, either.
This is the company that was also in charge of the renovation of the Tweed Courthouse, which took too long and cost more than expected.
"I think we're going to get what we paid for this time," said Jennifer J. Raab, chairwoman of the Landmarks Preservation Commission (at the time). Now it's falling apart.
Hey, guess what? One of the Queens reps on the Landmarks Commission was a senior vice president at Bovis for 14 years who worked on the Tweed Courthouse. She is now executive vice president of design, construction and capital planning for the WTC memorial.
Don't you love all the coziness and deception? Boss Tweed would be proud.