Recent accomplishments include building planters in front, getting archway ready for veneer, installing HVAC ducting and equipment, and mezzanine stairs inside.
Recent accomplishments include pouring the concrete slab for the vestibule and framing the new vestibule, completing the north roof, finishing the outdoor canopy and seating, and breaking through the side of the church for a handicapped accessible reconciliation room. Excavation has begun on the front steps and planters.
The foundation for the vestibule has been poured, the trellis completed over patio and restroom entrances, Tiles are being installed on north side of roof, and fire sprinkler system is being installed. Designers consulted on floor samples, wall tiles, countertops and upholstery fabric.
Progress is being made on pouring footings for the patio and walkway behind the auditorium, beginning construction of the vestibule in front of church, completing the replacement of tiles on the roof, and moving the sanctuary steps forward in the church interior.
Photos from February Video
Late December and Week of Jan. 1-7
Installation of steel beams supporting roof
Removal of central beam in church interior
Work on skylights and acoustical ceiling panels
Demo men's restroom and raise floor to altar level
Dig footings for patio cover
Week of Dec. 10-14
Breakthrough roof for interior lighting
Work on structural beams
Week of Dec. 3-7
Continue exterior roof construction
Demo exterior patio and walkways
Demo interior ceiling tiles
Move Mosaic Stations to expose windows
Remove church vestibule wall (interior)
Week of Nov. 26-30
Continue roof construction
Week of Nov. 12-16
Interior abatement (no photos)
Demo front walkway
Remove roof tiles, etc.
Weekend of Nov. 10-11
First Masses in new worship place
Week of Nov. 5-9
Prepare new worship place
Week of Oct. 29-Nov. 2
Continue to re-locate liturgical objects
Week of Oct. 22-26
Move all furniture and articles out of church
Week of Oct. 15
Deacon Bob prepares video of old church interior with help of Claremont Heritage Foundation