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Rediculously detailed and meticulously researched, this is my third version of the Provo City Center Temple, released now in celebration of the impending Dedication.

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With the release of the final layout for the Temple grounds, I found it necessary to update my model. This model is significantly more accurate. The pavilion just south of the temple is a quick fill in, the actual pavilion will look more Victorian in style, matching the temple itself.

Another issue with this model is the pine trees. Not sure where I picked them up from, but before I rendered they were saplings. Always keep your project folders clean, folks. That’s the lesson there.

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Modeled: Blender 2.x
Render: Cycles

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From the ashes of the Provo Tabernacle will come the Provo City Center Temple. I can’t wait to see what the grounds are like on this one. I already know of a few things I have done wrong, and I suspect there are many more.

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Modeled: Blender 2.49
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Timeline

Announced

Date   October 1, 2011 Saturday Morning Session of Conference
By  
Position  
Via    

Groundbreaking

Date   12 May 2012 by Jeffrey R. Holland
By  
Position  
Attending  

Open House

Dates   Currently Under Construction
Days   [counted]
Visitors  
Per Diem   [calculated]

Open House

Dates  
Participants  
Stakes  
Location  
Title  

Dedication

Date   Currently Under Construction
By  
Position  
Sessions  
Attending  
Per Session   [calculated]
Dedication Order   [chronology]
Dedicatory Prayer  

Commencement

Date  

Presidents

Specifications

Location

Physical Address

100 S and University Ave, Provo, Utah, United States

Mailing Address

Phone

Phone  
Fax  
City  
County  
State  
Country  
GenCode  

Dimensions

Height

Official
Meters   45.72 [calculated]
 Feet   150
Estimated
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Feet  

Height Sans Moroni

Official
Meters   [calculated]
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Height Sans Spire

Official
Meters   [calculated]
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Width

Official
Meters   [calculated]
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Estimated
[Sat Image measuring tools]
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Feet  

Length

Official
 Meters   [calculated]
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Estimated
[Sat Image measuring tools]
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 Feet  

Official Area

Meters   7904.5
Feet   85,084
Above   2
Basement   2

Church Owned Property

Official
Meters2   [calculated]
Acres  
Estimate
[Sat Image measuring tools]
Meters2  
Acres   -NA-

Temple Plat

Estimate
[Sat Image measuring tools]
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Acres  

Coordinates

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Latitude  
Longitude  

Elevation

[Sat Image measuring tools]
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Feet  

Temple Rotation

[Observation]
Long Axis Alignment  
AKA  
Entryway Alignment  
AKA  

Temple Design

Exterior

Cladding

Type  
Source  
Image Source

Roofing

Slate Tile

Windows

Type  
Trim Color  

Inscriptions

First

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Location  
Type  
Language  

Second

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Third

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Symbolism

Cornerstone

[Observation]
Location  
Type  
Language  

Spires and Moroni

Spires

[Observation]
Number  
Location  

Moroni

[Original Research, Observation]
Sculptor  
Version  
Placed  
Faces  
Height
Meters  
Feet  

Interior

Interior

Rooms

Endowment
Rooms   3
Type   Progressive 2
Sealing
Rooms   5

Services Rooms

Cafeteria   None
Clothing Rental   Yes

Contractors

Designers

Architect   FFKR Architects 
Also Did  
Interior Designer  
Also Did  

Project Manager

Manager  
Also Did  

General Contractor

Contractor  
Also Did  

Additional Contractors

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Comments

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  • Brian, another awesome model. Thanks for this one. It’s so hard to picture the finished property from the few images availabe. This helps a lot.

    • Glad you liked it Adam. You know, I made the first Payson model so I could show you how I made them, so I’m just going to blame this whole hobby thing on you if that’s ok. By the way, did you see my updated Payson Model? It’s way more accurate.

      • Hi Brian, I just stumbled upon this page and love it! I am going from here to look at your Payson model. Do you sell either one of these as a 3D model? If not is it possible to get it some other way? Thanks!

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