Build 2020 Construction:
Plans for Next Week – August 26 thru August 30
1. IMPORTANT: Wednesday & Thursday Asbestos Abatement
The removal of the foyer carpet includes an asbestos abatement process. The foyer will be sealed off until work is complete. When visiting the church, please pass through the office to get to the Community Room or Kitchen.
2. Open up wall between the foyer and the Community Room.
3. Demolition of small kitchen walls.
4. Frame new wall for sanctuary lighting control panel.
5. Cut through the main level floor for elevator shaft.
* Work schedule is always subject to change.
Completed Tasks – August 19 thru August 25
- Poured concrete floor in front of elevator on lower level.
- Removed brick arches in foyer – installed temporary wall supports.
- Removed cabinets and fixtures from small kitchen.
- Removed east walls of sound booth and non-gender specific bathroom.
- Removed north “curved” wall and remaining ceiling in foyer.
- Remove plumbing fixtures from non-gender specific bathroom and small kitchen.
Completed Tasks – August 12 thru August 16
- Installed rebar and poured concrete foundation base in elevator pit.
- Created forms and pour concrete walls in elevator pit.
- Waterproofed concrete walls of elevator pit.
- Removed ramp doors, red floor tile, and ceilings in foyer.
- Created barriers to allow safe usage of lower level classrooms.
Completed Tasks – August 5 thru August 9
- Completed elevator pit excavation.
- Poured concrete slab in the bottom of the elevator pit.
- Resolved electrical panel situation.
- Completed waterproofing in elevator pit.
Completed Tasks – July 29 thru August 2:
- Continued excavation of elevator pit.
- Created wood forms and added concrete shoring of pit walls.
- Worked on electrical panels.
Completed Tasks – July 22 thru July 26:
- Removed lower level hallway/meeting room wall.
- Started excavation of elevator pit.
If you have more questions, or simply want to discuss the project in more detail, contact Phil Kroner, Chair of the Build 2020 Task Force. For questions about the day-to-day effects of construction on church activities, contact Vicki Banville.