& # 39; Construction Crisis & # 39; showed shocking images when another high-rise was evacuated

& # 39; Death traps & # 39 ;: shocking photos & # 39; s reveal the & # 39; building crisis & # 39; from Australia, because ANOTHER high-rise is being evacuated after a major water leak – but the authorities have no idea what caused them

  • Edwin Almeida has taken photos of a site in QLD that is still under construction
  • He said this is widespread and he is shocked because high standards are not being met
  • This is after a burst of water pipes forced hundreds to leave an apartment in Melbourne

A real estate consultant claims that Australia is a & # 39; building crisis & # 39; after three buildings were evacuated within a few months.

Edwin Almeida shared the disturbing photos on Twitter on Monday from a site in Queensland that is still under construction.

The images showed large cracks in support beams, exposed pipes and concrete that was already getting worse and was displayed with garbage in it.

And Mr. Almeida claimed that this is just the beginning.

Edwin Almeida shared the disturbing photos on Twitter on Monday from a site in Queensland that is still under construction

Edwin Almeida shared the disturbing photos on Twitter on Monday from a site in Queensland that is still under construction

The images showed large cracks in support beams, exposed pipes and concrete that was already getting worse and was displayed with garbage in it

The images showed large cracks in support beams, exposed pipes and concrete that was already getting worse and was displayed with garbage in it

Mr Almeida claimed that this is just the beginning of construction supervision

Mr Almeida claimed that this is just the beginning of construction supervision

The images showed large cracks in girders, exposed pipes and concrete that was already deteriorating and displayed with garbage in it – and he claimed that this is just the beginning of construction supervision.

Said Mr. Almeida Yahoo Australia: & # 39; It's a mess, many of these buildings have to be demolished. They are falling dead. & # 39;

He said he uncovered discouraging developments and has been working with someone in that complex for a year to report this to local authorities.

Mr Almeida's claims come 24 hours after a burst water pipeline has forced hundreds of residents to evacuate from a Melbourne CBD apartment building whose cause is still unknown (photo)

Mr Almeida's claims come 24 hours after a burst water pipeline has forced hundreds of residents to evacuate from a Melbourne CBD apartment building whose cause is still unknown (photo)

Mr Almeida's claims come 24 hours after a burst water pipeline has forced hundreds of residents to evacuate from a Melbourne CBD apartment building whose cause is still unknown (photo)

He has previously told Daily Mail Australia: & # 39; The problem is wider (than Opal and Mascot) and not only limited to high-rise buildings.

& # 39; Low and fundamental new construction has a gray cloud over it – low quality, toxic substances, poor ventilation and imported materials of very low quality.

& # 39; More and more blocks will be evacuated and there would have been many, given the levels of mold and water penetration found in many apartment buildings, not to mention emergency shutdown systems that don't work. & # 39;

Mr Almeida's claims come 24 hours after a burst of water pipeline forced hundreds of residents to evacuate from a Melbourne CBD apartment building, the cause of which is still unknown.

Emergency crews attended the Liberty Tower complex, on the corner of Spencer and Collins streets, around 7 p.m. on Sunday after the water had flooded the basement.

Emergency crews attended the Liberty Tower complex, on the corner of Spencer and Collins streets, around 7 p.m. on Sunday after the water had flooded the basement

Emergency crews attended the Liberty Tower complex, on the corner of Spencer and Collins streets, around 7 p.m. on Sunday after the water had flooded the basement

Emergency crews attended the Liberty Tower complex, on the corner of Spencer and Collins streets, around 7 p.m. on Sunday after the water had flooded the basement

The flood hit an underground substation and completely killed the power supply to the 277-storey apartment building 237, including the elevators.

An emergency evacuation order was issued and a city council spokeswoman said it was because there was no electricity, heating or water.

The cause of the burst water pipe remains unknown, but it is not assumed that it is related to construction problems.

Residents may only return on Thursday, because building management and emergency services secure the building

The cause of the burst water pipe remains unknown, but it is not assumed that it is related to construction problems

The cause of the burst water pipe remains unknown, but it is not assumed that it is related to construction problems

The cause of the burst water pipe remains unknown, but it is not assumed that it is related to construction problems

A rescue center has been set up in Melbourne City Hall to support residents while the emergency call stays in place.

Calls to the building manager have not been returned.

This is not the first building to be evacuated this month – on June 14, a 131 apartment building in Mascot, on the eastern outskirts of Sydney, was evacuated due to engineer concerns.

This is not the first building to be evacuated this month - on June 14, a 131 apartment building in Mascot (pictured) was evacuated in the eastern suburbs of Sydney due to engineering concerns

This is not the first building to be evacuated this month - on June 14, a 131 apartment building in Mascot (pictured) was evacuated in the eastern suburbs of Sydney due to engineering concerns

This is not the first building to be evacuated this month – on June 14, a 131 apartment building in Mascot (pictured) was evacuated in the eastern suburbs of Sydney due to engineering concerns

There are still cracks in the ten-year-old foundation structure of the building that, according to engineers, could be caused by various factors.

Engineers have said that the complex may stabilize, but that it requires substantial and expensive repairs.

Opal Tower was evacuated in Sydney Olympic Park last year after residents reported that the building had been relocated.

In April, a spokeswoman for Icon construction company confirmed that 169 of the 392 apartments are still not ready for people to enter again.

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