After a lot of discussion, I’ve brought the story of the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Sava up to date. Steel erection started not long ago, and the new roof trusses are in place. The current work is the roof enclosure – the steel deck that is the actual roof supported on the trusses – and the sanctuary floor will come next. The general contractor, G.P.J. O’Donoghue Contracting, and the steel contractor, Feinstein Iron Works, have done a great job turning our design into physical reality. After a week of long blog posts on the topic, here are some pictures of the work:
I’m sure I’ll have more to say about this project in the future.
Monday: Old repairs.
Tuesday: Some history of the building.
Wednesday: Temporary conditions.