New Progress at Unity Temple

It may not be self-evident, but there has been some real progress behind the white shroud at Lake and Kenilworth.  The roofing over the sanctuary and the classrooms in Unity House is taking shape.  New electrical conduits are in place, and new piping for the geothermal system has been installed.

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New electrical conduits are installed in trenches made in the old concrete.  This view is in west cloister of the sanctuary.  Photo taken on March 5, 2016 by Ralph Earlandson

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Dan Crimmins in the South Classroom. Structural repairs are done on roof, with the top of the roof still to be poured.  Note the supports.  Photo taken on February 5, 2016 by Ralph Earlandson

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Scaffold on roof over south side of the sanctuary. The original roofing has been removed. Note the old roofing remaining under the scaffold supports, to be removed when the new roof is poured.  Photo taken on March 4, 2016 by Ralph Earlandson

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Workers prepare the East Classroom roof area for the replacement roof.  Photo taken on March 4, 2016 by Ralph Earlandson.

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Copper water pipes for the geothermal system extending from tunnel into the main basement.  Photo taken on March 4, 2016 by Ralph Earlandson.

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