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Placing the Barn's Wooden Beams

On May 13, 2013, Andrew filmed a construction update at The Sanctuary in Woodland Park. While each of our previous video updates have revealed the steady advancements at CBC-Colorado's new campus, none, to this point, has carried the weight of this update—literally. In this video, as Andrew reviews the progress, you will see the construction crews use a crane to hoist and put in place the enormous, 45-ton, wooden beams. With the 630,000 pounds of wood in place, the building has really begun to take shape and to resemble the artistic renderings readers were introduced to in April of 2011.

Crane lifting one of the 45-ton wooden beams.
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Crane transporting the third wooden beam for placement. (Click to enlarge)

Crane and crew work to place and secure one of the seven beams. (Click to enlarge) Andrew points to the men working to secure the beams in place. (Click to enlarge)

Each wooden beam section is covered in protective plastic. (Click to enlarge) Andrew is in the foreground giving a tour. Can you see the other man? (Click to enlarge)

The mechanical section of the Barn. Andrew is the orange speck in the background. (Click to enlarge) A bird's eye view of the wooden beams shot from a camera on an incoming beam. (Click to enlarge)

This update was filmed on May 13. To view the most recent video update visit the Sanctuary Construction Update page on the ministry's main website.

Reader Comments (2)

David is finishing 1st yr CBC in Phoenix. We decided as much as he wanted to go to CBC Colorado Springs, and maybe go 2nd yr in the new facilities - Arizona is just prettier than Colorado. Cant wait to visit though. God Bless us all and upward and onward with Andrews message and ministry!!

June 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDavid&JoAnn Baldwin

Praise the lord

June 26, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercrsf

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