During this time Moshe gathers the Hebrew people and relays to them all the details regarding the construction of the Tabernacle, its vessels, and the priestly garments. The actual construction and assembly as shown by the L-RD to Moshe in the mountain (Exo 25:40; 26:30) is also described. This parsha reiterates many of the details described in the portions of Terumah and Tetzaveh, wherein G‑D instructed Moshe pertaining to the assembly of all the holy objects. Towards the end of the Parsha, we can read that the Tabernacle is erected, and G‑D's presence dwells therein.
Common to all the Parsha, the readings are divided into seven sections and referred to as “aliyah” - which refers to the calling to read the Torah.
See that you make them according to the design being shown you on the mountain.