If a condo can collapse, are school buildings safe?

The district told voters in 2014 that it planned to replace C. Robert Markham Elementary in Pompano Beach. In 2017, the building had trees growing out of its roof, resulting in mold and interior decay, so the School Board agreed to expedite the work. That never happened. The project was delayed, and without School Board approval, switched from a replacement to a renovation, despite the objection of Coral Gables-based Carty Architecture.