UpLift Construction Complete!
On March 1, 2020 we celebrated the completion of the construction work for our Compton UpLift project. The lift is working, the restrooms are complete, the fellowship hall has been refurbished and the kitchen plumbing has been repaired. We look forward to the enhanced ministries and programs these renovations make possible.
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Scroll down through the photos to see how the project progressed.
Week of January 13th: The cast iron sewer line attached to the grease trap had rusted through, we expected this line might be part of the problem. The sewer line is being replaced, along with the grease trap and an additional clean out valve will be created further down the line, close to the Isaiah 58 offices.
As the contractors are working on the grease trap and sewer line issues. The new ceiling and lighting is going up in the the fellowship hall. Everything is on schedule to to be completed in time for our celebration dinner on March 1st.
As of January 5, 2020, the new floors are installed in the new bathrooms and the fellowship hall and the ceiling tiles are removed in preparation for the new ceiling. The grease trap in the kitchen will be repaired and/or replaced as needed the week of January 13th.
As of December 1, 2019, the lift is installed, the walls in the Narthex are patched and painted and the new flooring in the Narthex completed. There are 3 items to be completed. The new flooring for lower level in the restroom area and fellowship hall – will be installed between December 23rd and January 3rd. The ceiling tiles in the fellowship hall are being removed on December 20th and new ceiling and lighting fixtures will go in early January. The grease trap in the kitchen will be replaced in mid-January.
As of November 11, 2019 the restroom fixtures are installed; water fountains are installed; the walls are up; the lift is partially assembled and the new doorway to the fellowship hall is complete.
As of October 18, 2019 the Compton UpLift project has passed all the major City of St. Louis inspections – electrical, structural and plumbing.