St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
The project includes 7,900 square feet of new building construction for the fellowship hall; 1,850 square feet for a covered arcade area; 7,600 square feet of renovated space; and a new elevator to the existing sanctuary and classrooms. The structure was constructed using a combination of load bearing masonry and metal stud walls with steel joists and metal roof deck.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
The existing sanctuary was demolished to make room for new construction which includes a beautiful new 400 seat sanctuary, a narthex, choir room, vestry, and storage area. The new construction is approximately 9,000 square feet with an additional 5,000 square feet of renovated space. The structure consists of exposed glulam timber trusses and steel framing.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
This project was completed in 2003 and includes 6,000 square feet of new construction. 3,100 square feet is worship space which is constructed of exposed pre-engineered timber trusses, metal stud walls, and wood exterior siding. The ancillary spaces are wood framed construction. The project also includes a 60 foot steeple tower comprised of a steel superstructure with metal wall studs and wood siding.