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G.L. Johnson People's Church Relocation Project
ABC30 Action News
February 3, 2018
220 ton chapel relocated as People's Church undergoes expansion
A northeast Fresno megachurch is in the middle of a major expansion, one which involves moving an entire chapel.
The 220 ton, 8,000 square foot G.L. Johnson Chapel has been secured on steel beams and eight dollies, holy rollers if you will...
The congregation is putting a great deal of faith in Dinuba House Movers and Quiring General in handling the move of their chapel. This is all part of a 20 million dollar expansion plan.
By Dale Yurong
Read more here: https://abc30.com/community-events/220-ton-chapel-relocated-as-peoples-church-undergoes-expansion-/4824418/?sf203571964=1&fbclid=IwAR2tYDdQ2Ke9yRImZirGG3T3fYBKzL4AZvZciLK7d0R8ICH1mojj4bnQpEc
Historic Riverbend Church Move
February 4, 2016
Riverbend Church Is On The Move
The old Riverbend Church, built over a hundred years ago, was moved to its way to new home at the Kingsburg Historical Society Museum, Thursday morning, February 4, 2016.
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Historic Fresno Courthouse Cupola Relocation
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --
It was moving day for a piece of Fresno's history. The Cupola that once sat on the very top of the old county courthouse was moved from a downtown warehouse to it's new home, at the Fresno County Fairgrounds.
The move was definitely something to see. The 110 year old architectural feature was carefully carried through town with a police escort. The historic cupolas journey started at the historic entrance to Fresno on Van Ness Avenue. From there, it was a slow motion procession to the Big Fresno Fairgrounds.
Steel Shop Building Relocation
Tight squeeze for building on the move
By Jodie Reyna
Published: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 11:07 PM PDT
An hour after the back to school rush at 8 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 27, Dinuba House Movers hit the road and began the long, slow process of moving a large steel building to its new home at the city’s Public Works Yard on I Street.
The 75-foot long and 41-foot wide building was transported less than two miles from South Frankwood Avenue, near Floral Avenue, to the city yard. The building is close to 20 feet high.It took close to an hour for Dinuba House Movers to make the trip to the building’s new home.