KTC Building Update: Roofs and Walls and Floors!

As you read elsewhere in the newsletter this week, KTC is entering a new phase of fundraising for its Rebuilding Project with work being done by the Shrine Design Team of Lama Karma Drodhul, Lama Tsultrim Yeshe, Lama Tsultrim Gyaltsend and others. 

But how are things going at the building site at West Rich and South Grubb streets?  We’re glad you asked!

Hanlin-Rainaldi Construction has completed the shingles on the “hip-roof” over the Shrine Room section of the building and is now applying special materials to the flat-roof section of the building over the office and classroom wing. Walls and Floors also are slowly taking shape, and builders hope the site will be “dried-in” – fully enclosed to the weather – in a couple of weeks. 

Meanwhile, bricks are being laid on the outside of the structure, and the entrance porticos on the north and west sides of the building are going in.

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Every dollar you give helps the center provide a “home” for meditation in downtown Columbus – benefits that will last as long as the building itself.

Thanks – and may all beings benefit!