Saturday, November 29, 2008
The BASE Group applying their rope access painting skills to the Loyola Church in Denver.
Loyola Church - 2007-2009
Loyola is our longest running project so far. We have been on this one for two years with one more summer coming up in 2009. In all there are 18 windows that are roughly 4 stories tall. The windows are going through somewhat of a transformation as well. When the church was constructed in the early 1900's they ran out of money for stained glass and painted the remaining half of the windows to look like stained glass from afar. Over the last couple years Loyola has replaced 3 of the fake stained glass windows with real stained glass, the outer safety glass and of course a great paint job to the exterior wood.
Please visit our website for more information on our religious buildings painting services www.basepainters.com
We were just awarded a project to paint the 400' tower for WKAS TV in Ashland Kentucky. At the time of construction it was the tallest tower in the USA. Of course this was several years ago and many towers now reach over 1000'. The photos here are of the tower on Dec 18 2009. Check back in the Spring of 2009 for photos.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Aurora Alliance Church - 11/2008
Cross painting pics. Really a job like this is better suited for one person but we decided to make things interesting and put two of us on the structure for a couple days. Dodging oil based paint from the guy above isnt the best way to make a buck but sure makes work fun. A few coats of SW DTM make the cross stand out for miles.
More info on our church cross painting: www.baseropeaccess.com