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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Structural Walls and Floors Poured for the Okinawa Japan Temple
A hard-working cement truck is seen leaving the construction site of the Okinawa Japan Temple. Thus far, over 100 truckloads of concrete have been mixed and poured to form the structural floors and walls of the 10,000-square-foot building. Standing next to the temple is the beautiful meetinghouse for the Okinawa Ward, the Gushikawa Military Branch, and the Kadena Military Branch.
New Door Installed at the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple
Couples who are sealed at the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple will have a new way to exit the building and greet family and friends on the beautiful temple grounds. Last week, a door was installed on the east side of the 25-year-old building that creates an exit from the dressing rooms to an outdoor gathering plaza that is currently under renovation. Hard landscape structures have been poured and cured.
Major Deliveries in Transit for the Helena Montana Temple
A caravan of trucks carrying huge containers were seen traveling the highway outside of Helena last week, transporting the prefabricated modules for the construction of the Helena Montana Temple. The deliveries were taken to a staging site about eight miles from the temple property. There, the containers can be opened and the modules removed for transportation to the newly paved staging pad at the temple site.
Installing Temporary Windows in the Bentonville Arkansas Temple
The Bentonville Arkansas Temple is being enclosed with temporary glass ahead of the dipping temperatures that will come with the winter months. These windows will later be replaced with stained glass. Concrete bases have been installed for the lamp posts that will light the parking lot, and dirt is being compacted around the foundation.