That is terrible. Those look like some high end homes. As I noted above building on a hillside can be very expensive if done correctly and almost aways should be done with engineered plans and the proper engineer inspections (not just simple cut and fill with a inspection from the building inspector). Hopefully they will be able to get a good lawsuit against developer and put them out of business.The joys of homeownership! The PB lives across the street and he and a few neighbors are having issues with their houses sinking.
That is good to hear. I would have questioned the peculiar dig at the deep end if he was not present.The engineer was there for the remainder of dig and didn't leave till we got the greenlight from him
HMMMMM... Glad your house is not one of the sinkers, However if it is just a slab and seeing how deep the bedrock is I would have a hard time believing your slab is on bedrock... However it could very well be on undisturbed soil... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Luckily for me, my lot was a cut pad and is on bedrock.