It wasn't until about February, maybe as much as five or six weeks of slow leaking that we came to discover there was a lot of mold growing.

We have a number of people we just dispatched all day long to go to the nearest place where the water is problematic.

We value this historic property so much and we don't want to tear up more of it than we have to.

Normally in a new or modern facility we would just go in, tear out the walls, get all the mold out. But because we want to minimally remove the historic significance of the building, we want to just remove the minimum we can.