In 2006, after a back-hoe dug up the bricks of Bowman Court, several dedicated members hand-selected the ones that were used for the project. It has been estimated that 37.5 tons of bricks were hand placed on pallets to be used by the Portuguese team who then laid the bricks into the labyrinth. Also included was the construction of a 2-foot high wall around the periphery to separate the sacred space from the parking lot and Fellowship Hall. It was not realized until after the project was completed that this wall created a phenomenon of sound amplification when standing in the center of the labyrinth.
May you be nourished.