The city hired Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, a Chicago-based consulting company, to study the panels for functionality and structural soundness, as KELOLAND News reported. They were also told to review the air and moisture levels behind the panels.
KELOLAND News is told the preliminary report is finished. We made numerous calls to the city on Tuesday to see if we could get a look at the report. Public works director Mark Cotter says it's not a completed report, but is working with the company to see when they can present their findings.
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