By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – On Sunday, the City of Surfside posted additional documents related to the Champlain Tower South on their website.

The Mayor of Surfside Charles Burkett said during a Sunday evening press conference that
additional documents would be made available regarding the collapsed building.

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Late on Friday night, the city posted documents that included a preliminary 40-year inspection report.

The documents, which showed that the building had serious concrete problems 3 years ago, also include the “Structural Field Survey,” which is done by an engineer at the same time as the inspection report.

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The report included photos showing cracks on the building and missing pieces of concrete.

Click here to see the documents.

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On Friday, the first class-action lawsuit was filed regarding the collapse of the condo.

CBSMiami.com Team