Vibrating floors, vibrating furnitures, dangerous work environment... people were told to stay home or work remotely. Well done!
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They are also having trouble with the building pressure. Control is suppose to keep it slightly negative so people don't get s---ed out when a window on the upper floors falls out.
Heard there is a huge law suit in the works about the dynamic hydraulic dampening system that is suppose to take care of those vibrations. Looks like another over priced substandard building.
Why are you trying to pin any of this on Cenovus? Yah, like Cenovus is to blame for the vibrating furnitures! (maybe try using auto correct next time). Seriously, as @XtdAVPX-nyh said, its a brand new building and so for the first while there will be all sorts of things that need to be remedied or adjusted. Where were you located previously? I only ask because you sound like you know a lot about c-appy buildings. If that's the case, you would know that for the first while after tenants begin to occupy a new building there are going to be inconveniences and adjustments that need to be made until things get sorted out. So Chicken Little, rather than perpetuating hysteria around what I'm sure was kind of freaky for staff, why don't you stand down for a bit and trust that Brookfield's building engineers actually know what they are doing when they design a high-rise office building and trust that it is safe when they say it is. Better yet, why don't you stand down all together unless you have something good to say.
Yes, people are very scared to work there now. Falling windows and creaking building.. inside a big smelly chicken coop..
Relax Max. It's a brand new building. There's going to be things that need to be corrected/tweaked...