Moser Tower has undergone an interior and exterior structural assessment to evaluate how the tower is holding up.
Contractors began work after city officials noticed signs of wear that may not be normal for a nearly 15-year-old structure.
“They were looking for ‘how sturdy is this structure, what do they think it will look like in the next 10 or 15 years?,’ they’re looking for a baseline of what the structure is right now,” said Jan Erickson, Riverwalk Administrator with the City of Naperville.
The total cost for the assessment is around $46,000 and will be paid for by the Riverwalk Commission. Results are expected to be in before the end of the year.
The tower and the carillon bells housed inside are maintained through the Naperville Park District and the City of Naperville.
Alyssa Bochenek Reports.
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