Another hole at the corner of the eyebrow..
This photo is a little difficult to see given the low resolution but the dotted line above the windows and door is mainly rebar. Missing a little cement. The light area is foam we left in place.
After we got all of the foam off and started examining the holes it became clear that there was a lot of partially consolidated and unconsolidated bounceback over the windows. This had to be cleaned out before we could proceed.A closeup of the result of the cleaning..
The next photo shows about 8 feet of cleaned out cavities in the shell. More cleaned out cavities.
It was pretty obvious that this problem was caused by a failure to clean out the area above the window openings before they were sprayed with cement. Evidently a lot of bounceback got trapped on top and never got enough real cement to make a real solid wall. There were no problems higher up above the tops of the windows. The shell has a number of holes for various kinds of vents. Air exchange vent. This is a hole close to an air exchange vent. You can also see the roughness of the ceiling.
The floor (slab) should have been tied to the foundation. Picture of some minor cracking where the foundation sunk a small amount.
Computer Room - Again the foundation settled a small amount cracking the stucco on the walls. The second picture shows the gap and the third picture shows the material that cracked off.
We have finished most of the structural stuff. The toilet for the outdoor room bathroom was misplaced.
More problems with bathrooms. The drain for the jetted tub in the guest bathroom needed to be moved.
Heating system. We had a serious problem with the geothermal unit.