All of the sealant has been removed from the joints.
The full depth patches along the tee flange have been marked out and sawcut.
Demo has been completed on roughly half of the full depth patches
First concrete pour is scheduled for Friday. Half of the full depth patches will be poured in phase one.
Second concrete pour will be less than two weeks out.
After the last of the full depth pours, entrance/exit ramps will be removed and replaced for phase one.
Plans for the Knollwood Towers West parking garage structural repairs have been submitted to the City and were approved. The building permit has been issued. Residents will have full use of the parking garage.
On May 11, the City's Fire Chief authorized re-opening of the ramp after minor repairs were made and two structural engineering companies (Palanisami & Associates Inc. and Collaborative Design Group) agreed the parking facility was not a structural safety issue but does need maintenance to prevent structural issues. Portions of the ramp will remain closed until the full repairs are made, the property continue to be in zoning violation until the repairs are finalized. The City and IPG group reached an agreement related to the work needed and IPG Living plans to complete the work related to both ramps this year.
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