Greystone Condominium Exterior Improvements

On a 15-story, 1920’s circa building, the original concrete balconies had deteriorated to a point that they were unsafe for use. Initial evaluation of the decks indicated less than 5% spalling of the balconies, but upon demolition it was discovered that some decks had over 50% deteriorated concrete. Thus, the levels were replaced one at a time to accommodate safety concerns and forming systems, and to allow owner use of remaining balconies in summer months that construction took place. All new balconies were architecturally stamped, stained and sealed and provided with new architectural painted handrails, and the underside of the new concrete sealed with an elastomeric sealer.

Size: 14 stories

Owner: Greystone Condominium Association

KCI Role: General Contractor

Value: $1,100,000

Delivery Method: Bid Build

Completion: October 2010

Designer: OWH

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