Major renovations under way at Boise temple

The Boise LDS Temple closed in July when construction crews began demolition and renovations.

The project includes new interior finishes, furnishings and remodeled bathrooms. The structure will be reinforced with shear walls, steel beams and floor joists. A mezzanine for maintenance use will be built. On the south side, a 5,000-foot basement addition for a grounds shop, maintenance area and broiler and chiller rooms will replace a maintenance shop and storage area. The fire sprinkler system also will be upgraded.

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