- Published on Wednesday, 15 August 2012 14:29
A very valid concern was the growth of mold in the basement levels of McCormick.
The mold that had previously been on the walls and equipment in the Roar Room (under the stage) has been cleaned up by a professional contractor.
Let's not forget that any building, regardless of age, can have mold start to form. For example, a church not far from Wellington has been battling mold problems in their 13-year-old facility. It often indicates some other problem that needs to be taken care of. In this case, a dehumidification system is probably necessary for that area or a routine cleaning schedule should be implemented to prevent future mold growth.
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