Since our last update, we have moved forward in several respects, working on the entrance floor and the upper floor furniture installation.
The blog has just celebrated it’s second year anniversary, sharing monthly updates and keeping you in the loop on all things building related. We are so glad we could include you in the process for the last two years and can’t wait to have you visit the Mayanot World Center in person, very soon.
The lobby staircase in the main entrance area is now being constructed, installed, and reinforced.
We have really pushed forward this month and amazing things have come together for us to show you. The stairway, hallways and dorm rooms are all fully operational. Crown molding are in, light fixtures and switches have all been installed, painting on upper floors are complete. The elevator is also in the process of being installed, as well as, the rooftop flooring.
The summer is upon us and we are enjoying the warm weather here in Israel. Our team is continuing to install the much needed air conditioners, on all floors, closing up the ceiling with dry wall
The doors are on, and this is the place that will not only open up the doors to the dorm rooms, but to our hearts, and our souls. To bring thousands of Jews around the world and connect them to their heritage, to their people and to their Land.
The Mayanot World Center Building project is finishing the stage in which the mechanical bones of the renovation are complete.
Since the lockdown was recently lifted, our team was able to get back to working hard on site. We resumed work and since then we have:
The renovations are continuing to unfold in the New Mayanot World Center. Our team is making many advancements.
We have very exciting updates about the rooftop of the Mayanot World Center. We have started construction on the roof, which means the building has been reinforced to the point where we can really begin to construct on the top level. The vision to create a rooftop garden, which features inspiring views overlooking Jerusalem, anContinue reading “June Building Update”