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Uploaded on Apr 30, 2011
As long as force is still equal to mass times velocity then the impact caused by this work is enormous. It registered on my iPhone's seismograph. I know this sewer repair work has to be done, but couldn't it be done in a less destructive manner. Beauregard Town is one of two nationally listed historic neighborhoods in Baton Rouge. My house was built in 1895. 22,500 units of force slammed to the ground within 30 feet of 106 year old pier foundations can't be good. The City of Baton Rouge can do better for its citizens and Reynolds Construction (a subsidiary of CH2M Hill, a international construction firm) can perform their work in a more responsible manner.
I have been promised the complete documentation on this project by employees at CH2M Hill and am told I will finally receive them tomorrow after 4 months of requests. This is clearly unacceptable. But, only the documents will tell if the city and Reynolds are living up to their part of the deal. The visual evidence points to a disregard for the integrity and safety of our homes and property.