After the Edgewater Isle North construction defects lawsuit was settled, reconstruction began in 2000. The Association foolishly did the smaller items first and saved the big project (Building 18) for the end. The Association ran out of reconstruction money by doing so.
Siding reused on buildings
The siding was removed from buildings, work was done, and that same siding was replaed back on the buildings. Paint lines were used to show the order in which boards were removed and replaced.
Homeowners' patience ran thin
Homeowners began to run out of patience, as seen below (look carefully).
Bolts were added to the kitchens of the Type 5 (3 bedroom, 2 bathroom) units. This is apparently an earthquake safety addition. The workers ripped out installed insulation, left it on the ground, and reinstalled that same insulation when this task was completed.
GB Group just left debris sitting around, wherever, for anyone to trip over.