In December of 2010, Utah's Provo Tabernacle, a Mormon temple, succumbed to a fire, leaving only a masonry shell. Over the past two years the site has been under construction where the construction team excavated 40 feet below the Temple to build two levels beneath the surface.
This mammoth undertaking also involves a historic restoration of the original Tabernacle.
Re-View is fabricating and installing custom mahogany windows with custom art glass for the original building.
Each window has to be manufactured to fit a uniquely shaped window opening including very complex curves and angles. The laminated, insulated, art glass is extremely heavy, making some of the units weigh close to 1,000 pounds.
The pictures here are of Re-View's work in our plant and in the field.
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