The storm sewer and sanitary hook ups are complete and connected to the main systems on Valleyridge Drive and Springforest Drive. The gathering space glass curtain wall has been installed. The main floor windows have been installed. All of the windows have been delivered to the site. The HVAC roof unit screens and mounts have been installed. The flat roofs have been completed. The plumbing rough ins have been completed on the main floor and started in the lower level. All door jambs have been installed. All of the wall frames have been completed. The main water hook up to the site is complete. Electrical has begun on both levels. The gas hook up will be installed next. Interior dry wall installation is to begin. Exterior cladding is now only a couple of weeks away.
The roof is on throughout the new facility and the peaked roofs are shingled and vented. The flat roof are complete and the HVAC rough ins and venting has been prepped. The flat roofs still need to be finished with tar, gravel, and flashing. The window wall in the gathering space that links the new community centre to the historic church has been framed and the glass for this wall should be installed soon.
The walkways that lead from Springforest Drive through the parking lot and around the historic church are poured around the front of the church and across most of the front of the new community centre. The services for storm water, which exits south of the parking lot into Springforest will begin soon.
The plumbing rough in and the HVAC rough in have begun on the main level and door frames are being installed in preparation for the dry walling to begin. The electrical for the community centre will begin soon. The interior of the hall frame is now complete and is almost ready for the ceiling finishing to commence.
We are ready to order the new sign which will be placed on Dundas Street near the cairn.
Our Building Project
St. Luke's Anglican church, a landmark at Hwy #5 at Palermo, was built in 1845 by William Peacock. Our development project will see the moving of the existing heritage Church building to a different location on the site with a brand new foundation. A new Parish Community Centre will be connected to the church providing much needed space for new programs and community events.