Another condo complex found to have crumbling foundations (CT)

The Ryefield II condominium complex is the latest property in north-central Connecticut to be found to have failing concrete foundations, bringing the total known affected multiple-unit housing developments in the area to five.  Consulting engineer William Neal of Residential Engineering Services, LLC, stated in a letter that he visited the Ryefield II complex off Loveland Hill Road in October specifically to conduct a visual examination of the foundations, and found that four of 14 buildings showed cracks “indicative of defective concrete.”    Read the article………….


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