Finishing touches by Caesar Catin at the National Shrine
SANCTUS SANCTUS SANCTUS- HOLY HOLY HOLY
CEILING WITH STARS
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It is my pleasure to present you with some photographs of the finishing works. With the changing of the colour scheme, this becomes a complete different Place of Worship. So far more than $ 435,000.00 has been spent on the renovation, which started with the removal of Asbestos in August 2012.
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The works are progressing well thanks to the good weather this month.
Contractor Steve Joseph should complete the roof covering before Easter 2014.
roof completed on Holy Thursday 2014
see expanded articles on these churches and chapel, below.
one side covered at the church of Pointe Michel
roofing in progress on February 24, 2014
new rafters going up at the church in Pointe Michel on February 7 2014
Feb 13, 2014 The roof over the sanctuary needed to be replaced as it was rotten
first sheet placed on the National Shrine
The first roofing sheets were installed this week Feb 21, but due to the high winds and abundant rainfall, not much could be done.
view inside uncovered Pointe Michel church on January 30, 2014
Pointe Michel church uncovered by January 31, 2014
The uncovering and inspection work on the roof of the Pointe Michel church is almost complete. As expected quite a lot of timber has to be changed.
Engineers Wendell Lawrence, Kendall Johnson and Bernard Lauwyck performed an inspection of the existing roof today and found it weak in several areas.
Mr. Stevenson JOSEPH the contractor will have to do additional work such as bolting down, welding, casting of roof beams, etc.
To be continued.