Tuesday, November 13, 2007


Christopher Geary of the Construction Litigation Law Blog offer some thoughts on the MIT-Gehry dispute:

"It is disconcerting to see that a superstar architect, a global construction company and a world-class institute of higher learning, with $300 Million to spend, cannot seem to create a water-tight building. Mr. Gehry seems to think that construction defects are par for the course. In that context, it comes as no surprise that we find problems with much simpler, mass-produced homes and condominiums."