Salt Lake Temple renovation: August video and photos show latest update

The Salt Lake Temple renovation project reached its 20th month in August.

Video and photos documenting progress over the past three months, including the reinforcement of the Salt Lake Temple roof, the continued renovation of the Church Office Building Plaza and additional excavation on the north side of the temple, were shared in a news release Wednesday.

The August update comes more than two years after President Russell M. Nelson announced major renovation plans for the Salt Lake Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Roof reinforcement

Crews began adding replacement

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Fil-Can shares dwelling decor ideas on new TFC show

With a couple very simple suggestions, Filipino Canadian inside designer Danilo ‘Sani’ Baluyot stated Filipinos can completely transform their space.

“Marami tayong abubot marami tayong mga ekstrang gamit na unwanted so one particular point I would actually advise sa mga ganoon is a lot less muddle. Medyo magbawas ng konti. Much less is more (We have a good deal of knick-knacks we have a whole lot of further things that is not wanted. So a person point I would definitely recommend to them is less muddle. Get rid of some items. A lot less is a lot more),” stated Baluyot.

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Salt Lake Temple renovation: 8 photos that show progress in July

As of this month, the Salt Lake Temple renovation project has been underway for a year and a half.

The latest monthly update includes eight photos and short descriptions depicting various views of the Temple Square renovation and Church Office Building plaza projects in July, according to a news release Friday.

The iconic temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been closed for renovations since December 2019.

Views of the Salt Lake Temple excavation

“The lagging shown in the next photo, used to prevent cave-ins, helps contain all the soil pressure from the surrounding areas as

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