Indianapolis Public Library

CTLGroup was retained by the client to provide litigation support for the distressed conditions of the subsurface parking structure as well as conduct a complete field investigation and provide subsequent recommendations for repair of the structure. CTLGroup engineers visited the site and condition assessment that included a visual inspection, notes, and photo documentation, as well as limited nondestructive testing. A suspicious beam was found during the initial walk-through and was immediately shored to prevent a possible collapse.

As part of the formal investigation, CTLGroup performed a review of construction documents, including structural drawings, structural specifications, shop drawings, and project documentation including RFI’s and RFI responses. CTLGroup also performed a design review and developed analytical models which incorporated information obtained from the field investigation to allow structural analyses of both as-designed and as-constructed conditions. The repairs of the parking structure needed to rectify strength deficiencies were developed and CTLGroup worked closely with the repair engineer to develop a consensus regarding the intended repair design.

Markets

Buildings & Facilities

Litigation & Insurance

Consulting Services

Comprehensive Building Assessment

Design, Construction, and Material Defects

Repair, Restoration, Retrofit

Structural Condition Assessment

The Indianapolis public library circulates nearly 16 million items and attracts over four million visitors each year.

1917

Year Built

43,560

Square Feet

23

Branches

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