MPGs work on the front of the church ended in May when D.D.S., another one of our contractors, intensified its efforts of soffit painting in the same location. But how could they accomplish this with the scaffold of the previous contractor down? The solution was a rented lift.
Following all this construction, there was some understandable damage: Tire grooves in the cemetery, broken tile pavers in the front of the church, and cracked handrails at the main entrance. Not all of this was caused by the construction work, but together with the new damages, it has reached a point where action is required. Fortunately both, MPG and D.D.S. proved to be very cooperative. D.D.S. filled in the tire grooves and organized the replacement of tile pavers, and MPG is producing a proposal for the handrails that takes into account the origin of the old and the new damages.
In September, MPG will continue to work on our premises when its teams will replace the church roof.
We hope very much for this to be completed by Christmas, so that we can celebrate our candlelight service in a newly restored environment.