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The Unit Owners Association of the Madison, A Condominium Building Revitalization (Work Completed & Upcoming Work)

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1 The Unit Owners Association of the Madison, A Condominium Building Revitalization (Work Completed & Upcoming Work)

2 Work Completed High priority repairs to structural beams Tuck pointed brick mortar & replaced sealants. Balcony rails replaced Applied traffic bearing coating to balcony concrete slabs and painted soffits Penthouse Window Replaced

3 Structural Beams Removed bricks necessary to access beams identified as high priority in overall building evaluation Removed & addressed any corrosion Repaired the beams as per Construction Insight Engineering specifications Replaced bricks

4 Tuck Pointing & Building Sealants Removed and replaced brick mortar Repaired and replaced the necessary through wall flashing Removed and replaced building sealants such as caulking and glazing

5 Balcony Rails Instead of repairing and repainting the existing rails, the Board was able to achieve the replacement of all balcony rails with new weather and fade resistant railings. This was done without exceeding the original budget for the project.

6 Balconies A traffic bearing, non-slip coating was applied to the concrete slabs of each balcony All soffits (the underside of each balcony) was scraped, primed and painted A drip edge was added to the bottom of each balcony to prevent water run off from entering the balcony below

7 Penthouse Window Replacement All windows on the penthouse level have been replaced with windows similar to those that will be used in the units.

8 Completed Work – Final Costs Concrete Protection (Plus 3 Change Orders) $486, Construction Insight $49, Advanced Window (Penthouse): $29, Total Completed: $564,870.56

9 Upcoming Work Window and Slider Installation Schedule and Approach Resident/Owner Responsibilities Budget

10 Window and Slider installation All windows and sliders for each unit will be removed and replaced with commercial grade, high efficiency windows and sliders This includes the entire window and slider systems – panes, frames and sealants

11 Schedule & Approach Work will begin in March with a generalized installation schedule posted Individual unit notices will be provided approximately two weeks in advance of the units start date Installation will be conducted one floor at a time beginning with the 6 th floor and the front of the building

12 Schedule & Approach Approximately units will be accessed at a time Any installation started will be completed the same workday No openings will be left exposed overnight

13 Schedule & Approach Each unit will be video taped to document the contents and condition of the unit before and after the work is completed Video tapes will be retained for a short period of time in a secure location All video tapes will be destroyed after the project is complete

14 Schedule & Approach Construction Insight Engineers will be present for the entire duration of the project with Advanced Windows being the contractor A notice will be posted in the building for the Association to hire a temporary employee to observe and monitor the window installation on behalf of the Board.

15 Resident/Owner Responsibilities Prior to installation each unit resident must: clear a 3 foot path from the entry door to each window and slider Clear an area of 3 feet around each window and slider Remove all items from the balcony Remove all window treatments and hardware (blinds, curtains, hardware etc)

16 Budget Advanced Windows: $528, Construction Insight: $52, Total: $581,762.50


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