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FOX POINT LUTHERAN CHURCH

WEATHER BARRIER

Masterfoam transformed the look of the exterior by nearly completing the spray-applied weather barrier over the new block walls. This work is extremely sensitive to the weather and we are fortunate to be as far along!

Before adding the weather barrier.

Adding the weather barrier.

WALLS GO UP

Crown Carpentry has constructed the walls within the lobby for the new restrooms, corridors, and the new Heritage meeting room. Additionally, they have constructed the walls of the new restrooms east of the Memorial Chapel and are nearly complete with all the walls within the new offices.

Pictured: Heritage room

VIEW OF THE ADDITIONS FROM OVERHEAD

LAYING BRICK

Workers adding brick to the north side of the new sanctuary addition.

NORTHERN CONCRETE POURS!

Northern Concrete doing the floor pour of the sanctuary addition. They used a line-pump to pump the redi-mix to the lower- level where they took turns wheeling the 40+ yards for placement.

REMOVING SUPPORTS

Removing the old orange metal supports from the front of the former altar.

BRICKS, WINDOWS & LIGHTWELL

Laying brick to the window openings to provide outside light to the lower level

ADMIN ADDITION GETS BRICKED!

WEST ENTRANCE

Installing new drainage tiles.

Look what's been crossed off the To-Do list this month!

Cardinal Fabricating

  1. AGM continued to keep a small crew working on the detail work associated with the lower roof areas on either side of the sanctuary addition and stairwell framing.
  2. Cardinal fabricated and delivered the new steel pieces we needed to close up the gap between the new and existing sanctuary floors.
  3. AGM Erecting has been on site to complete the detail work in both of the new stairwells, the floor gap listed previously, as well as the “squeeze plate lintels” at the new window and door openings.
  4. Cardinal fabricated and delivered the new steel pieces we needed to close up the gap between the new and existing sanctuary floors.

Cornerstone Plumbing

  1. Worked on the installation of the new drain tile system. We learned a lot of interesting information that surely contributed to the previous water issues that were observed in the lower level over the years.
  2. Cornerstone kept a small crew on site and continued to work on new plumbing elements like the new roof drains and overflow.
  3. They also set the floor drain heights in the lower-level addition of the sanctuary.
  4. Roughed in the new water, drain, and vent piping within the new metal stud walls throughout the project. Work was also performed on roughing in the new roof drain piping in the north addition.

Crown Carpentry

  1. Crown wrapped up their detail work on the metal stud framing. We’re getting close to starting drywall!
  2. Started the transformation of the interior: Constructed the new walls within the new lobby area like the new restrooms, corridors, and heritage room. Additionally, they have constructed the walls of the new restrooms east of the memorial chapel and are nearly complete with all the walls within the new offices.
  3. Completed steel stud framing in the office addition (both floors) and are now working in area of the new group rooms and the Sunday school office more toward the center portion of the lower-level.
  4. They have framed the new mechanical room, the new IT office, the new classroom, and the new Music Room.

Design Build Fire Protection

  1. DBFP continues work throughout and completed the new sprinkler piping in the 1st floor of the new offices and begun work in the lower-level.
  2. Knocked out piping in the lower-level of the office addition and have moved onto the porte-cochere.
  3. Running new sprinkler piping in the bell tower and up into the steeple! They have also been working above the sanctuary ceiling and through the narthex.

JC Building Systems

  1. JCBS completed the wood framing of the exterior and we are now ready for the roofers to continue work on the new shingled roof of the sanctuary.
  2. JCBS delivered wood to the site and began installing blocking within the metal stud walls. Mostly focused on the borrowed light and door openings. Additionally, JCBS assisted with select demo of an old area of drywall and plywood wall covering that required removal.

Lyon’s Electric

  1. Lyons continued work in the office addition and continued to core holes in walls/ floors as they extend conduit runs throughout.
  2. Moved to the lower level of the office addition, installing new metal conduit and junction boxes.
  3. Continued work throughout the facility, but their primary focus is to stay on the carpenters heals. As the metal stud walls are built, the electricians are busy laying out and roughing in the new electrical boxes and MC cabling for the new devices.
  4. Roughed in new devices and cabling in the metal stud walls behind Crown Carpentry. They have also continued work on new lighting circuits and layout of new feeders and panel locations.

Masterfoam

  1. Transformed the look of the exterior by completing the spray applied weather barrier over the new block walls. This work is extremely sensitive to the weather and we are fortunate to be as far along as Masterfoam was able to get us.
  2. Will continue in the new sanctuary after shoring is installed below the existing main floor.

Nations Roofing

  1. Knocked out all areas of shingled roofing including the entire sanctuary! Completed the tear-off and replacement of the extra area of roof on the east side of fellowship hall.

Northern Concrete

  1. Northern showed up in a large way this week. A bit ahead of schedule, but they were able to prep and pass inspection for the lower-level floor pour of the sanctuary addition. Today they used a line-pump to pump the redi-mix to the lower-level where they took turns wheeling the 40+ yards for placement.

Paun Construction

  1. Paun remobilized and are setup on the north roof, ground setups, and below grade in the south area well. They are running a large split crew so that they can work 2 areas at a time. The new brick is looking amazing and the match is near perfect!
  2. Wrapped up the brick veneer on the entire office addition. Nice!

Pure Mechanical

  1. They are effectively complete with all their duct installations within the entire office area, the lower level below the offices, and have moved onto the north addition below the chancel.

Robinson Brothers

  1. Robinson cut out all of the remaining structural steel (the orange stuff) that used to make up the structure of the chancel within the sanctuary. Additionally, they have began saw cutting the last section of concrete foundation wall that we needed to remove per the new floor plan. This section of wall couldn’t be demoed until the new structural steel was in place.
  2. Robinson completed the saw cutting, demo, and removal of the last 2 sections of existing concrete foundation walls this week!

Stay tuned for more updates!

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