By Kevin Reagan | Chandler Arizonan
Twenty-one Chandler public buildings have been found to be in “poor” condition and immediately require more than $28 million of infrastructure improvements, according to a recent assessment of city facilities.
A rating system developed by Faithful and Gould, a real estate consultant, has determined the Chandler Center for the Arts, police headquarters and senior center each need millions of dollars’ worth of maintenance needs in the near future.
Out of the 47 police stations, libraries and courthouses assessed around Chandler, Faithful determined 21 were in good condition, five were fair, and 21 were poor. None of the facilities were found to be unsafe nor were any recommended for demolition.