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We are just over a year into the Salt Lake Temple renovation. Here’s how it looks

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Excavation work continues on the north side of the Salt Lake Temple prior to construction of new temple facilities in November 2020

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We are just over a year into the Salt Lake Temple renovation. Here’s how it looks

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Excavation work continues on the north side of the Salt Lake Temple prior to construction of new temple facilities in November 2020

Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

It’s been one year since The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints launched its major renovation and seismic upgrade of the Salt Lake Temple.

The project is expected to last four years.

According to TempleSquare.org, crews have completed the following tasks in the last 12 months:

Read more: Renovation announced for Church Office Building Plaza — see what is changing, what is planned

Gone are the green grass and trees, replaced by a construction zone. Here is an aerial view of the Salt Lake Temple taken in April 2019:

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The Salt Lake Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is seen in the morning light before the start of the 190th Annual General Conference in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

Steve Griffin, Deseret News

Here is another view of the temple grounds in December 2020.

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An aerial view of the Salt Lake Temple in December 2020.

Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

Read about the November and December construction updates, as well as overall progress on the project, on Deseret.com.

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