Griffin Campbell Construction

(The demolition site at 2136 Market Street, taken by a concerned passerby the day before the deadly collapse.  The Salvation Army thrift store, in which six people were killed, is at far right.  Photo by Laura Mierson.)

UPDATE: Contractor In Deadly Center City Building Collapse Held Without Bail

Griffin Campbell, owner of the demolition company at the center of accident last June that killed six people, is being charged with six counts of third-degree murder.


(File photo:  the scene of the deadly building collapse at 22nd and Market Streets in which six people died.  Credit: CBS3)

OSHA Cites Demolition Contractor and Equipment Operator in Deadly Center City Building Collapse

A new OSHA report a report pins much of the responsibility on demolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop. The building’s owner and the Salvation Army are not mentioned.


(credit: CBS3)

EXCLUSIVE: New Concerns Over A Demolition Site In Philadelphia

Eyewitness News finds new concerns over a demolition site in Philadelphia.


(Cleanup continued the day after the building collapse that killed at least six people in center city Philadelphia.  Credit: Jericka Duncan)

Indications A Criminal Investigation Could Soon Be Underway In Deadly Building Collapse

Following the deadly building collapse in Center City on Wednesday, there are indications that a criminal investigation into the collapse could be opened up.


A tarp covers the facade of 320 Butler Street where L&I has issued a "Stop Work" order. (Credit: Jim Melwert)

L&I Finds Violations At 2 Other Sites Connected To Demolition Contractor Of Collapsed Building

Two other sites contracted by Griffin Campbell were free of violations.