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Flaking stucco leads to lawsuit over Schenectady County social services building

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Stucco began flaking from the exterior of the recently renovated Schenectady County Department of Social Services building in December 2011 and hasn’t stopped since. The former Lamicoid Building is now riddled with pockmarks from the crumbling stucco, and 797 Broadway Group — a limited liability corporation owned by the Galesi Group — is suing the contractors that overhauled the structure in 2008. The 11-page civil lawsuit against Schenectady architectural firm Stracher-Roth-Gilmore and naming BCI Construction ...


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