This case involves the construction of a condominium on a prime piece of land in the North East. The architect designed a 4-story condominium building with stairwells at the east and west ends and a detached elevator tower at the south end. The building was being constructed at approximately one floor per week. The roofing slab was to be cast in one continuous placement and was near completion. Shores were put in place on the fourth floor and reshores were in place on the second and third floors. The construction workers had just started putting the brick in place for the outside walls and the building still had no doors in place. There was no non-destructive testing conducted throughout the construction of the site. Subsequently, the reinforced concrete roof of the building collapsed during the construction operations and this caused the whole building to fall down. The accident killed 3 construction workers and caused 12 other workers to be seriously injured.