A report, first published by The Washington Post, finds that the Innovation Center Metro Station garage is “sinking.”
All work on the county-financed garage, which has eight stories, has been halted as an engineering firm attempts to determine why four cylindrical supporting structures sunk by as much as four inches.
The garage is one of five installed along the extension of the Silver Line, which runs from Dulles International Airport into Loudoun County.
The Post reports the problem was discovered when the garage was about 65 percent complete in July.
Manhattan Construction has a $33 million contract with the county to build the garage. Officials are confident that the garage will not collapse. The Innovation Center Station, which is near one of the sites up for consideration by Amazon for its second headquarters, is served by the 2,100-space garage.
An electronic monitoring system will be installed to monitor any movement of the foundation.
Photo via handout/Fairfax County Government
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