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A piece of brilliant engineering took place on the fourth and fifth floors of the temple. Around 200,000 pounds of steel beams were temporarily installed to shore up the walls and floor on the fourth level of the structure.
Fifty-thousand-ton hydraulic jacks, along with a hydraulic manifold system, were installed on the beams. The weight bearing on the pioneer temple walls was transferred to this steel system while retrofitting of the seismic upgrade that took place on the floors below.
Watch the video, “Builders of the Temple: Steel Workers,” to learn how this amazing feat was pulled off.
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