- The Mosaic project involved the 2007 renovation of the former Fidelity Union Bank and Insurance complex, two vacant downtown Dallas office towers. Mosaic is one of Dallas’ most striking high-rise residential communities.
- Poor access between the 15 different roof levels situated between the building’s two towers.
- Many roof perimeters included only a gravel guard edge, beyond which was a drop-off at 230 to 410 feet to street level.
- All roofs required removal of up to four layers of existing roofing containing asbestos, coal tar pitch, and fiberglass insulation.
- Inadequate drainage and severe ponding water existed on every roof level.