Expansion Committee

The Expansion Committee produces regular communications to the Rinat membership on the plans and progress of our Synagogue's expansion.

View photo highlights from our 2009 shul expansion, or, for extensive photo galleries by month, videos and renderings of the new building, see the Expansion project section.

Terry Novetsky, Steering Committee Chair
Chaim Birman
Charles Eisenberg
Martin Fineberg
Kenneth Hoffman

Separate chairs for each of sub-committees, including Interior Design and Operations Committees, as follows:

Interior Design Committee Members:Operations Committee Members:Ritual Elements Design Committee Members:
Martin Fineberg, Co-Chair
Sharon Rosen
Ofra Wind
Martin Fineberg, Co-Chair
Steven Segal, Chairman
Moshe Rayman


Expansion Update 9 - January 28, 2010

Posted on February 1st, 2010 by office and tagged .

Rinat Expansion Update 9 - January 28, 2010

Floor Plans & Renderings

Posted on November 5th, 2009 by CharlesEisenberg and tagged .


Steel Delivery

Posted on January 31st, 2010 by CharlesEisenberg and tagged , .
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Updated Rinat Dedication List as of February 4, 2010

Posted on January 30th, 2010 by office and tagged , .

Please click on the attached document to see a listing of dedication opportunities as part of the expansion project.

Please note that while we do our best to keep this current, some open items may already have been dedicated.

Please contact Kenny Hoffman at: kenneth_b_hoffman [at] ml [dot] com with any questions you have. Thank you.

Groundbreaking / House Broken

Posted on November 26th, 2009 by CharlesEisenberg and tagged , .
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Terry "The Claw" Novetsky bringing down the (youth) house.


Expansion Update 8 - Oct 2009

Posted on October 28th, 2009 by office.

Since our last update before the chagim there has been a great deal of progress on the shul’s building project. Approximately one-half of the lower level concrete floor has been poured, the primary steel framing of the new sanctuary has been installed (the main beam alone is 3 feet high by 60 feet long, weighing approximately 15,000 pounds!) and the new sanctuary concrete floor has been poured.

Rinat Expansion Update 7 – August 23, 2009

Posted on August 24th, 2009 by office.

As those of you who have seen the shul’s building site may know, we have made significant progress on our building project. At this stage, the foundation has been installed, and the northern and southern basement walls have been poured and are visible from the street. Thanks to the hard work of our contractor, and the recent good weather, we have made very good progress against our timeline.

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