The Annexe

Building Progress - Autumn 2006

In the 150th anniversary year of Burlington Baptist Church, Ipswich, the building of a new Annexe is well under way during the Autumn as ground preparations are made and the steel frame built. Check these pages for the latest news and pictures (which will be towards the top of the page). Click the images to see a larger picture.

Please note: The car park is not available whilst the Annexe is being built, please see here for alternative parking arrangements

Progress

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November 2006

Floor section manoeuvred into place The floor section is manoeuvred into place

Floor section above the Church The crane swings a floor section over the Church

Crane unloading floor sections The crane unloading floor sections

Completed ground floor and first floor steelwork The completed ground floor and first floor steelwork

Bolting high level pieces of steel together Two Riggers in cherry pickers bolting high level pieces of steel together

First piece of steel being fixed The very first piece of steel being fixed in to place

First piece of steel being lifted The very first piece of steel being lifted

Crane unloading the steel The crane unloading the steel

Lorry delivering the steel The lorry delivering the steel

Basement Walls New walls showing size of basement

October 2006

Pouring the basement walls The basement walls are nearly full

Concrete pump Giant concrete pump pouring the basement walls

Basement walls shuttering The basement walls being prepared for concrete pouring

Basement Floor The new basement floor (the red markers on the Church wall indicate the final floor level of the Annexe)

Basement Floor The new basement floor (showing the strengthened area by the old Church basement)

September 2006

Foundation trench Foundation trench prepared showing steel reinforcements

Pouring concrete into the foundations Concrete is poured into the foundation trench

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