Christ Covenant Church | February 2016

Project Update:Click Here to view the live construction cam feed! Christ Covenant Church

SinChrist Covenantce our last blog post we have completed structural steel, installed a roof, installed all HVAC units on the roof, and the exterior framing and sheathing have been completed. The below grade masonry was recently completed and subsequently, we began to backfill that area. The area drains around the building are complete and all of the roof drains are installed and tied into the storm sewer system. Currently we are working on the spray foam operation, temporarily closing in the building with reinforced plastic sheeting and installing the fire and water lines.

Christ CovenantAs the work on the exterior and site is shaping up, we continue to make progress on the interior.  Framing of the interior walls continue and we are currently installing HVAC ductwork.  With the electrical wall rough-ins ongoing, the sprinkler pipes are nearing completion and the plumbing wall rough-ins are on track to be completed soon. The support steel for the large operable wall partition is installed and work continues on the kitchen wall rough-ins. Our goal is to start the brick veneer in the next week or two, and the installation of the storefront system will follow close behind.

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