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The 117-unit downtown condominium building was evacuated two years ago because of a faulty fourth-floor concrete slab.
Sarasota Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 2 years ago

Support structure stolen from Dolphin Tower

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by: Roger Drouin
 

A maintenance worker at Dolphin Tower condominiums arrived at work Tuesday, Oct. 23 to discover that aluminum beams used to support the vacant building during construction work were missing.

The 117-unit downtown condominium building was evacuated two years ago because of a faulty fourth-floor concrete slab.

At least 60 of the temporary aluminum support beams were taken from the job site, according to a Sarasota police report. The beams are used to support the Dolphin Tower’s structure during construction. The construction area was closed off and locked at the time of the theft.

Contact Roger Drouin at rdrouin@yourobserver.com.
 

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