Water damage led to partial collapse of Fairfax Co. condo building (VA)

A nine-story condominium building in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County, Virginia, will need extensive work after water-deteriorated columns gave way, dropping the building 2 to 3 inches.  Late Monday morning, county building inspectors gathered in front of the damaged River Towers condominium on Wakefield Drive, taking measurements and snapping photographs, as part of an overall evaluation to determine what repairs will be needed in the two inhabited wings of the building.    Read the article…………..


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