Last week the equipment that will drive airhandling for the building was installed on the roof.
Significant projects were completed in the Sanctuary over the last week.
The concrete for the platform was poured.
Wiring in the techbooth for AVL equipment is proceeding and switches for the control of seven rows of lights in the sanctuary was installed. These lights can be controlled from inside the tech booth or in the sanctuary.
Sheetrock has been installed in a majority of the building now. There is some touch up and a few areas are yet to be completed. As sheetrocking is completed ceiling frames are installed so electrical and HVAC systems can be finished.
These pictures are of pre-school rooms.
The kitchen serving door is now installed.
HVAC work continues in the Western conference room.
Even though a majority of the connectivity we utilize in our daily live today is via wireless technology, there are many wires in the walls, ceilings and passageways that enable this technology. In the new Church there will be hard wired phones, networks for transferring data, and wireless access point that are driven by hard wires.
The pictures below, taken July 11th, are a random sampling of wires and in many cases bundles of wires that support our connectivity in a safe, reliable manner.
These July 11th pictures provide a glimpse at the structures that support the toilets and connect them to the water sources and drains – usually not seen as they are behind the walls.
Also not usually seen are the “rated shafts” that connect one floor to another. In case of fire, these passageways between floors must remain in tact for one hour under varying degress of temperature.