|The trucks are lined up on our street to haul the coral rock and dirt away. It is mostly coral that has to be broken up and then loaded.
|Once the hole is cleaned out a crew moves in to set up for the construction.
|The cement pillars and then cement floors on each level go in.
|Cranes often move in to help get the building materials to the top.
|The walls consist of blocks laid in place and then stuccoed over.
|Another view of a building under construction.
|This lot was just a hole in the ground when we arrived and we have watched this building each step of the way. It is now finished and ready for occupancy.
|There are some large apartment buildings in Santo Domingo.
|This apartment building is just across from the Casa de Huespedes next to the Temple. The Area Presidency and several of the non-native church employees live in this building.