October of 2007: During this time period, I conversed
with Platinum's contractors.
We discussed the redirection
of Building 109 & 113 Platinum Drive's common drainage roof
outlet. This time, the drain outlet had been placed
in-between two new recently placed parking lot drains.
In other words; It was now hidden. Thus; ruptures in
Platinum's roof drain lines could not be detected in the future.
morning October 19th:
Video was taken of our recently
placed French Drain System's Outlet. There was only
noted dampness at the drain end.
Later on, I
recorded drips about 40 seconds apart. I decided to stop monitoring the area until we had some saturating rain. We
would possibly get drainage output from some of the heavier fall rain
storms to come.
November of 2007: We had
various rain storms since the beginning of November.
After a few
days of moderate rains, I took some footage of the output of the
drain, still no running water. (November 13th). In this specific area,
all drainage from Platinum
Properties had been diverted off of us.
Platinum's contractor's were
also trying to figure a way to
build an access road directly over the Terradon Engineered Slip Repair
Area. A Road, that would add Unnecessary Massive Focal
Point Weight, would be totally unusable in the
A most detrimental situation. (Image 1)
I informed the contractor that the
area to the
left side of the entrance is a flat useful area of
the hill, that was unaffected.He was relieved,
and took it to the left. (Image 2).
illustrate a Total Lack of Planning, or one of Persistence.
Imagery & Diagrams
In the first image:
is Building 109 Platinum Drive.
(4) is Building 113 Platinum Drive.
Area 2 are both building's
rear lot area.
The Red area
is theproximate location of the developer's drainage pumping process.