WSJ report: Baltimore Marriott Waterfront built with combustible panels

The outer layer of Baltimore’s Marriott Waterfront Hotel is constructed of the same material that was used as the outer layer of a residential housing tower in London that burned in a tragic, deadly fire last month, according to a story in the Wall Street Journal.

The newspaper reported Tuesday that construction of the 750-room, 32-story Marriott Waterfront hotel included the use of 83,000 square feet of Reynobond PE, a highly combustible exterior panel made with polyethylene. The panels were used…



Author: Baltimore Checkbook

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