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The Phase One CONDO Milestone Inspections is key to ensuring a condominium association is taking the steps to identify any potential structural defects that may affect the condominium. 

It’s critical to hire a structural engineer with a long track record of forensic and structural inspections. That engineer will spend time in your building, looking at key areas of concern and determine if further inspections are necessary. 

The Phase One Milestone Inspections are required of every condominium three stories or taller in Florida built before 1992 or 2002, depending on location,  and must be filed with your local building department. 


After the Phase One Milestone Inspections, your structural engineer will determine if further investigation and additional intensive testing must be performed on your condominium.

The Phase Two CONDO Milestone Inspections will further investigate issues found during the Phase One Milestone Inspection by performing substantial testing and analysis on those areas. The goal of this step will determine the extent of the underlying issue facing your building.

After the Phase Two Milestone Inspection, you should have a comprehensive understanding of what needs to be done by your Condominium Association.