Engineers are reviewing a major crack in a post-tension concrete slab that is holding up construction of a $14 million apartment complex in Asheville, N.C. According to the Citizen-Times:
The problem does not affect the building's foundation and will not result in a total demolition or anything close to that, [Scott Dedman, executive director of Mountain Housing Opportunities, which is partnering on the 62-unit, said]. It also does not affect the historic buildings that are being incorporated into the mixed-use project — the Dr. Collette building on Eagle Street, the Del Cardo building at the corner of Eagle and South Market streets, and the Ritz Building on South Market Street.
The building had been set to open this spring. Read More