KEEP UP WITH WHAT’S HAPPENING DURING RENOVATION
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Final demolition of the coatroom and lobby restroom.
The darker wall section was the closet west wall.
The beige wall was the restroom.
Construction of the elevator shaft from the perspective of the lobby level
From the size of the construction man, you can get a sense of the size and depth
Wall cut for the stair door
Looking down into the new north stairway. The giant saw blade was used to cut a new door opening in the existing foundation wall. This is how one will access the new fire stair from the Kids City nursery area.
You can see the piece that was cut out laying on the ground, dropped onto an old tire to cushion the blow. It also allows for chains the be wrapped on the 3’ wide x 7’ long by 18” thick hunk of concrete so it can be lifted out of the hole. It weighs about 4,700 pounds.
New wall is for the south wall of a classroom
Very left edge, the frame for the hallway
Facing north, third floor classroom framing & drywall
Right door frame is leading to a new hallway
Way far right, through the framing, are classrooms.
Footing near portico, looking toward Fellowship Hall.
Cinder block in the back left was a Fellowship Hall far northwest window
Framing in front of it is for new stairwell
Lobby, looking from the coffee bar, to the front doors
Right, partition wall going up (temporarily) to block off construction