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The Moody Towers Complex and pedestrian bridges constructed in 1967 serve as residence halls on the campus. The concrete façades were exhibiting extensive concrete deterioration resulting in fragments disengaging. Walker performed an assessment of the façade identifying the cause of concrete deterioration, as well as the overall deterioration of the building sealants. Walker’s repair design incorporated the University’s project goals to eliminate the balcony access at the 17th and 18th floors, improve the appearance of the façades, maintain ingress and egress during construction, and perform construction in phases to minimize impact on the building use during the school year.