Maintenance Facility Takes Shape

A portion of the floor has been poured and walls are now going up on the Maintenance Facility in Mozambique. John Topham (below) has been assisting the mission in a number of ways since his arrival last week, including assisting Rick Cogbill and the local building team with construction.

Leveling a portion of the maintenance facility floor.

Fani learning to use the transit level.

Pouring floors Mozambique-style…one wheelbarrowful at a time!

The beautiful final product. What a blessing it will be to work on a cement floor rather than in the dirt!

The walls going up on the poured section.
(Little McGuyver, Rick and Heather Neufeld’s Jack Russell, does a quality check.)

Window frames mounted and subsequent floor section prepared for floor pouring.

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