WICR Ordered to STOP WORK at Condo’s in San Diego? Appears so…

Copy of the stop work order was provided to us by a member of the HOA.

Google is a wonderful tool… every now and then I do a quick search for WICR, Wanke Industrial Residential Commercial and Google brings back all sorts of fun information.

Like today, where I see a unit listed for sale at 1251 Parker in San Diego where WICR has apparently been slapped with a stop work order…failure to obtain a building permit. They already have a citation pending against them for that (along with 3 other violations)

The originals listing (cached by Google here) shows the following update

****UPDATE***It is my understanding that experts in their respective fields have determined that the ongoing 9 month plus to date construction project to install 16 sliding doors and corresponding waterproofing of balcony?s, that was shut down earlier by the city for multiple municipal code violations including work done without a permit, now it?s been found that all the work done by the boards contractor Newman Replacement Door and Windows and the boards waterproofing contractor, WICR, Inc. has to be redone. The work by Newman was below the industry standard. I reached out to the owner of Newman Windows on 4 or more occasions and never received a response to my concerns nor a return call. I did receive a response from the San Remo Board of Director’s and there attorney along with the Boards president, Randolph Smith of fines in access of $3,500.00 for doing what I believe any other concerned owner would do in light that this was only a 3-4 week project and now has been close to a year. This project has no oversight and is being run by the contractors doing the work

And this is the current listing info-

****UPDATE***It is my understanding that experts in their respective fields have determined that the ongoing 9 month plus to date construction project to install 16 sliding doors and corresponding waterproofing of balcony?s, that was shut down earlier by the city for multiple municipal code violations including work done without a permit, now it?s been found that all the work done by the boards contractor and the boards waterproofing contractor has to be redone. The work was below the industry standard.This project has no oversight and is being run by the contractors doing the work. Demo and work done without any viable dust containment system being utilized or concern for personal property or the interiors. Still trying to get cement debris out of the units and personal possessions. Ive been told fans and compressors are impacted.

This HOA should file a complaint with CSLB against the 2 contractors and let CSLB deal with WICR. A second complaint alleging work started without a permit should get CSLB’s attention real fast.

I spoke with one person at the HOA and they are delighted I found the information on WICR. I’m expecting to get in the near future photographs of WICR employees at the job site, see if we can identify them as bona fide employees or if they day workers working under the table.

Dave, remember that email you sent to me back in October? You must have been drunk. Well you woke up the beast again by threatening me…

Here’s a little hint. Don’t poke the bear! Gonna make you my dogs bitch. Everything dirty I find on you is going up here.

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