Why is Caernarfon school's roof leaking just a few years after it was built?

Why is Caernarfon school's roof leaking just a few years after it was built?
 

Six ‘turrets’ on the roof of an award-winning £9.3m school will be removed to stop water leaking which began shortly after it opened.
Ysgol yr Hendre at Cae Phillips, Caernarfon, which has 450 pupils, opened in March 2012.
At the time, it was named Wales’ best-value building and Gwynedd Council said its construction meant it would stay warm in winter and cool in summer.
But, within a few months, builders Wynne Construction were called back to fix a leak in the roof.
A spokeswoman for the company today said the firm had dealt with the leaking roof problems and was not involved in the removal... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: Daily Post
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