Allegedly built with mold contaminated wood, the new dormitory at the University of California is a potential problem.
Davis hired a professional assessor to perform tests which did indicate mold existed in the structure, albeit properly treated. Fearing the mold between the walls in the dorm’s indoor environments, officials worry that the mold, which can cause a host of medical conditions ranging from allergies to infections, could become a problematic issue at some time in the future.
There is a construction truism against using wet or moldy building materials. Contaminated materials should not be used in framing a building. There is already mold in the ambient air; it makes no sense to build more mold into construction, trapping spores inside and practically forcing higher a mold concentration indoors.
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