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Thursday
Oct312013

Floor to Ceiling Progress at the Barn

Crisp autumn air has settled in at The Sanctuary. (Click to enlarge)

As October comes to a close, construction crews at The Sanctuary have far more work completed than they have left on their to-do lists. From outdoors to inside, noticeable progress has been made since our last pictorial. Concrete continues to flow into parking lots, nearly all of the Barn's windows are in place, the maze of electrical wires and water pipes that make for modern convenience is nearly set to bring the building to life, video screens have been concealed in classrooms and ceiling tiles have been hung. Here are the most recent pictures from the Barn, heading into the final stretch of phase one at CBC's new campus.

Concrete continues to flow into parking lots and roadways The Sanctuary. (Click to enlarge) The road and parking lots on the north side of the Barn. (Click to enlarge)

The flagstone flooring will be beautiful when its completely finished. (Click to enlarge) Filling the gaps between the flagstones.
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This team is installing automatic roll-down video screens. (Click to enlarge) Finished product... automatic roll-down video screens concealed in the ceiling. (Click to enlarge)

The restrooms are becoming more recognizable as fixtures are installed. (Click to enlarge) Sinks and countertops have been installed.
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Plumbing central...The heart of the facility's plumbing utilities. (Click to enlarge) The electrical utility room is an intricate web of high technology. (Click to enlarge)

The majority of the Barn's windows have been installed. (Click to enlarge)

Thursday
Oct242013

Time-lapse Construction Update Video

Andrew's television crew has put together a fantastic time-lapse video showing the progression of the ministry's building project in Woodland Park. Some will remember the opening scenes from an earlier video, posted in May of 2010, where Andrew unveiled the plans for CBC's new campus on the hood of his Jeep. In just over four minutes you will be brought up to date and be able to see the vast amount of work that has been completed at The Sanctuary.

Thursday
Oct172013

CBC's New Rooflines and Textures

Workers rapidly covering the Barn's dynamic rooflines. (Click to enlarge)

With each passing week the progress at Charis Bible College's new campus in Woodland Park, Colorado seems to accelerate. As the individual construction crew's contributions are integrated, the new spaces become more recognizable.

Noticeable highlights in this week's update include the crispness of the newly shingled rooflines and the layered textures of the building's interior. From the rugged stone work to the freshly tiled walls in the restrooms, the colors and textures of the first building at The Sanctuary are beginning to show inviting signs of a very welcoming and distinctly Coloradan atmosphere.

The clearstory and completed roofline on the north side of the Barn. (Click to enlarge) The architectural shingles and finish trim add a crisp look to the Barn's many angles. (Click to enlarge)

Howard (right) has been working with stone for more than 40 years. (Click to enlarge)

Howard, and his partner Rolland, are responsible for the stone work in the auditorium. (Click to enlarge)

The lower level offices are ready to have ceiling tile installed. (Click to enlarge)The Student Services area is coming together nicely.
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Construction of the main entry reception area is taking shape. (Click to enlarge)There are great colors and textures at every turn.
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This tile worker, has made great progress in one of the restrooms. (Click to enlarge)A close up of the color and texture of the tile in the restrooms. (Click to enlarge)

Even the heavy equipment operators are changing the lines and textures at The Sanctuary. (Click to enlarge)

Visit our Foundation Builders page to find out how you can be a part of The Sanctuary project.

Photos provided by Jeff Nakkula, Assistant Director of CBC's School of Media.