Photos Capture Details Missed by Construction Cams

Finish Work Occurring Outside View of Construction Cams

Photographs Capture Details in Lower-Level, Sanctuary

The two construction cameras have captured our progress inside and outside the sanctuary.  But as we move into the final months of the project, many finish details are not visible on the two cams.  Below are examples of the kinds of detail work now taking place in the lower-level and in the sanctuary.

Six panel doors have been hung and painted in the lower level.  Note the new ‘Exit’ signs and light switches.

Finish light fixtures have been hung throughout the lower level.  The green light indicates an emergency light.

Lights are controlled via occupancy sensors that help save energy and promote safe access for all.

Bathroom tile has been installed in most all lower-level bathrooms.  Fixtures will come next.

The AV booth in the balcony has been framed.  The booth houses our AV control equipment and the AV team.

A new steel “ship’s ladder” provides access to the second-floor organ chamber for the professional organ tuner.

A metal lattice, full of cross cutouts, will be painted and hung on the chancel wall in front of the new pipe organ.

Finish carpenters begin to build the first interior sanctuary column.  A cylindrical column will go above the base.

A sturdy steel frame will support the wooden communion rail and chancel handrails.