Ceilings and steps

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Lots of stuff going on this week as we near the three-weeks-until-this-part-is-done mark. Here’s what happened in the week that ended Nov. 6:

  • Ceiling tile and recessed LED lights were installed throughout the rooms in the north hall.
  • In the restrooms, vinyl tile was installed on the floors and the vanities were installed on the walls. Note: That’s “vanity” as in the home decoration sense of the word, not the Ecclesiastes sense.
  • There are actual concrete steps outside the south entrance.
  • There is insulation in the crawl space below the church and pastors’ offices. There wasn’t any before.
  • The controls for HVAC in the sanctuary are better than they were last Sunday, and are fully operational. In other HVAC work, a steel platform for rooftop outdoor HVAC units has been built and will likely be installed sometime next week using a crane.

A few pictures:

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Ceiling tiles and recessed lights in the church office.

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Vanity counter in the restrooms.

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General contractor Jim Herr checks the level on the south entrance steps. The landing slopes away from the building, slightly, so water runs off.

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New steps–wide and safe–to the south entrance.

Community Mennonite Church
70 South High Street Harrisonburg, VA
cmc_office@cmcva.org
540-433-2148

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