November 5, 2019
We’re excited to share that improvements to Asbury’s building as part of the ongoing Capital Campaign are underway!
The first step was a thorough power washing of the building. This work was completed by Frank Cseve General Contractor, who is continuing to work on sealing the building exterior as well as making repairs to the interior of the Sanctuary wall. This work has been contracted at an estimated cost of $55,000.
Additionally, there is currently work underway to replace four (4) HVAC units on the Wesley Center section of Asbury’s roof (unrelated to the roof replacement). This work has been contracted to Burkholder’s HVAC, our long-time vendor, at an estimated cost of $27,000. These units service areas of the building where forced air comes from installed ductwork. Many of Asbury’s classrooms are serviced by individual PTAC (Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner) units. Out of the total 50 PTAC units in Asbury’s building, 5 have been replaced in the past 2 years. Furthermore, the Trustees have commissioned a subcommittee to review the HVAC work that has been done in recent years and develop a strategy for future HVAC unit replacements.
As previously communicated, bids for the roof replacement will be sent during the winter months with the hopes of starting work as early in the spring as possible. Updates on this process will be communicated as they come.
Contributions can be made at pushpay.com/asburylv by selecting “Capital Campaign” on the drop-down menu under “Fund”.
Thank you for your continued support!