Repairing the Facade of the Edmonton Alberta Temple
The facade of the is currently undergoing repair to correct an issue with how the marble cladding was sealed. Moisture soaked through to the adhesive causing dark spots to become visible on the marble surface.
New Entrance to Edmonton Alberta Temple Revealed
With the removal of construction materials from the entrance of the Edmonton Alberta Temple, the beautiful finished product is revealed in this construction photograph series including stone-clad stairs and planters and decorative iron railing that features a motif of sheaves of wheat and the famous Alberta rose. Art glass windows near the baptistry were also replaced.
Wrapping Up the Edmonton Alberta Temple Renovation
Decorative stones representing sheaves of wheat and the Alberta rose have been installed in the new planters located below the recently enclosed canopy of the Edmonton Alberta Temple, Alberta's second temple. A third temple is under construction in Calgary, Alberta.
Entrance Canopy Enclosed at Edmonton Alberta Temple
After several months of work, the new entrance to the Edmonton Alberta Temple is nearing completion. The once open canopy has been enclosed, giving patrons protection from the cold Edmonton weather. The front-loading staircase has been replaced with two side-loading staircases.
Edmonton Alberta Temple Entrance Now Enclosed
Edmonton Alberta Temple patrons enduring the cold winter weather at the 53rd parallel will be assisted by a newly enclosed entrance currently under construction at the temple. The project is expected to be completed by early December. View a photograph series of the progress.