King of Peace Building Project
The building project started with pulling stumps the first of April 2003. The photos below cover the project through getting under roof in July. The most recent job progress photos are at www.kingofpeace.org/images/building/ Conceptual drawings of our new building, which was designed by David J. Hill, AIA, PC are also online To see the floor plan, click here. Click on any photo for a larger version of the picture.
The plumbing panel (at left) works similar to a circuit breaker for
On July 3, OSB starting going up on the exterior and a sample of our
custom windows arrived.
Steel studs going in the sanctuary wall on June 26, 2003 and an aerial on June 27 (with property lines drawn in.)
The steeple went up on June 23, 2003
Agcomm started putting steel studs in the walls on June 17.
Thundershowers slowed, but did not stop roof progress and by June 5,
The standing seam steel roof started going on May 29, 2003
Aerial views on May 25, 2003
Though rain slowed the work May 19-24, most of the red iron was in place by that Friday.
Erecting the steel continues on May 15.
On morning of May 14, Cooper and Sons handled three additional concrete
The first rafter went up on May 13.
Cooper and Sons began standing the steel on May 12.
On May 9, volunteers stained the slab, the next day, we found the
treatment did not take and cleaned up the aftermath.
Aerial photos taken May 7, 2003 showing the slab in place with joints
The slab gets poured and finished off on May 6.
Final prep on the slab and starting to pour on May 6.
Collins plumbing sorted out final details with Russell Underwood, who
will do the septic (at left)
Priests with toys—The Revs. Frank Logue and Jim Parker use equipment on
On April 30, Cooper and Sons finished digging out the piers and cutting
in the edge of the slab.
On April 28, Cooper and Sons began welding concrete forms in place for
the slab foundation
Thanks to Mike Helton, we have aerial photos of the site with the foundation
at grade height on April 24.
With the site dried out from heavy rains, foundation work resumed April 21.
The Rev. Jim Parker delivers the steeple cross April 10, then the Rev. Frank
Logue is shown
Rain water flooded the building site on April 9. On April 10, we pumped the water out.
Cooper and Sons began preparing for the foundation and slab on April 2.
Tony Miller removing stumps on April 1-2
Installing silt fence on March 14.
Steel frame unloaded on March 4.
aerial photo of the land on March 7, 1999 (before purchase by King of Peace)
King of Peace Episcopal Church + P.O. Box 2526 + Kingsland, Georgia 31548-2526