The Clock Will Soon Be Ticking

It is hard to keep up with the progress at the chapel right now. Things are moving along so fast that, even as this article is written, big decisions are being made rapidly here in the office. It certainly is an exciting time as we push on through the final couple of months of this…

One Step at a Time

Last week one of the major features, that we have been extremely excited about, finally arrived – the stairs! As with most of the other aspects of the building, these stairs were custom built to Austen’s design. You can check out the video of the installation below. 3fD Chapel – Installing the Front Staircase from…

A level playing field

It has been a very busy month at the chapel and the pace is continuing to quicken as we approach the end of the year. Last week saw the screed go down on the upper and lower floors which was an unusually rapid process. The screed mix that we opted for was MPA Liquid Screed…

MAYbe the busiest month so far

  With every month that passes, we get busier and busier. May has seen so many different developments, let’s recap a few! Every aspect of the Chapel build gets our full attention, from the garage doors to the colour of the guttering. Water holes were emptied and filled with concrete before the beams and concrete blocks…

Stairway to…

Take a journey and see what we see. Imagine walking in through the large chapel doors, being greeted by beautiful wooden flooring throughout. To the right you see a staircase, you just have to see what it leads to so you start to walk up …     Do you see it now?

February

The back wall was taken down in January – before it fell down and we are now ready to rebuild. For the first time we have building materials on site, rather than the constant removal of rubbish to date. With scaffolding up for the roofers, this is the first time that the team has seen the Chapel…

December progress

Clearing the site has revealed the Chapel for the first time. The front roof slates have been removed an a tarpaulin is now keeping the front section relatively water tight. Turning our attention to the rear workshop, we notice with horror that the rear wall is badly compromised. It has been pushed over centre by…