Building Progress by Al Terry and Ron Wong

It has been one of those months where the weather hasn't always been cooperative so not as much has happened as we hoped for. The most visible change are the steel columns and scaffolding facing 14th Ave S. The tops of the columns are about a foot shy of the top of the roof—so this will give you some sense of the height of the building. The rainwater cisterns went into the ground at the west end of the site. And they are currently working on the sanitary sewer and storm drainage connections—some of the underground stuff that’s essential to all buildings but you never see. We are hoping this week’s good weather (February 23-27) will hold for a while and the floor slabs can be poured soon. And if all goes well they will start framing the building sometime in the next month. The crew has appreciated the cookies. Please pray for more good weather.