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Andrew Surdovel

Concrete Restoration Project Update: September 24, 2019

Manager Andrew Surdovel issues Concrete Restoration Progress Report
Surdovel - Progress Report
Dear Regency Tower Residents,

Shoring column in the Northwest front corner
Shoring building column
Shoring column in the Northwest front corner
Northwest front corner
Good Afternoon.

I hope that everyone is doing well.

Below is an update on the progress of the concrete restoration project:

Last week, Metro had a couple of days that the wind was very strong that the workers could not go up the swing stages. This week the winds are much calmer. Metro did work in the Northeast section of the garage this past week and most of the restoration is completed. This current week Metro will replace re-bars, form and pour concrete and then finally paint this area. (see photos attached)

Stacks 1 to 6 South Side
Stacks 1 to 6 South Side
Shoring Columns in Garage
Shoring Columns in Garage
Repairs in NE Garage
NE Garage Column Repairs
The shoring of the discrepant column in the Northwest front corner of the building is starting to be erected. (see photos) The column shoring will extend to the garage level for uniform support to hold up the section of the building while the column is being repaired. The shoring design was done by a professional shoring engineering firm out of Miami. The erection of the shoring is done by Safeway, who supplies the swing stages to Metro.

The sample balcony, Unit #101 is completed and awaits the balcony walls to be painted white. The last item on this balcony will be sanding and electrostatically painting the railing white.

Unit 805 Balcony Floor Demolition
Unit 805 Balcony Floor Demolition
The balcony tile is now in the port of Miami going through Customs. After it clears Customs it will be transported on three flat-bed trucks to the distributor for inspection and then to Regency Tower.

Please Click Below for each of 7 photos of the concrete restoration:

Regards.

Andy Surdovel

Andrew C. Surdovel, LCAM
General Manager
Regency Tower

Concrete Restoration Project Update: September 17, 2019

Manager Andrew Surdovel issues Concrete Restoration Progress Report
Surdovel - Progress Report
Dear Regency Tower Residents,

Units 206 and 306
Units 206 and 306
Good Afternoon.

I hope that everyone is doing well.

Below is an update on the progress of the concrete restoration project:

The Concrete Restoration Project is back in full swing after Hurricane Dorian sidetracked the project for a week. The equipment and swing stages had to be removed and then reinstalled. At this moment, there are 10 swing stages working on eight (8) stacks. (See photos) It seems the most serious need for concrete restoration on the balconies are from the 10th floor down.

Stack #1 Repairs
Stack #1 Repairs
As far as the northeast end of the garage, the removal of the cars was completed last Friday. Cars parked in spots 27-28-29-30-31-32-33 & 48-47-46-45-44 were relocated to other parking spots in the garage. Metro has an additional crew dedicated to expediting this work so that the cars will not be out of their assigned spots for an extended period. The work is expected to begin in this area on Thursday, September 19th.

Balcony Floor and Railing Removal
Balcony Floor and Railing Removal
The sample balcony, Unit #101, has had the balcony floor waterproofed and, as of now, half the floor is tiled and the other half has the pewter-colored knock down finish. The railings will be sanded and electrostatically painted white. When this balcony is completed, it will be the model for all unit owners to observe.

The 28,000 square feet of Safari Gris 12 x 24 exterior tiles have been ordered and are due to arrive on a ship at the Port of Miami sometime this week. After the tile goes through Customs and to the distributor, it will be delivered to Regency Tower.

Exterior Paint Colors
Exterior Paint Colors
The Benjamin Moore paint colors for the building are painted on the Southwestern side of the building next to unit #206. There are two whites and one gray color. (see photo attached) The middle white square is for the walls and the right white square is for the balcony ceilings. The gray color is for the parapet walls on the roof and the 6-stack kitchen window column in the front of the building and on the 11-stack kitchen window column on the east side of the building.

Regards.

Andy Surdovel

Andrew C. Surdovel, LCAM
General Manager
Regency Tower

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Social Committee
Sonia Picariello


Sunshine Breakfast

Dear Residents,

Click to Top Dog Electric website Click to Sunshine Breakfast The Social Committee invites YOU to a breakfast this Saturday September 14.

Please join us! We got a Special Deal from the NY Deli across the street: