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Religious Projects

  • Church Everyday Sunday School Building


    Location: Northridge, CA

    Owner: Church Everyday

    Architect: CP Studio Architecture + Interiors

    Date of Completion: August 2014

    Scope of work: New 26,070 sf concrete-steel building to serve as a Sunday school for Everyday Church.



  • House of Aaron Sanctuary

    Location: EskDale, UT

    Owner: House of Aaron

    Architect: Sparano + Mooney Architecture

    Approx. Square Footage: 15,400 sf

    Completed: Phase I Complete

    This new sanctuary building is located approximately 85 miles West of Delta, Utah in the West desert. It has a concrete foundation, with split faced masonry block, and a wood framed roof structure. The structure will utilize a ground source heat pump system for heating and cooling, and will feature honed masonry walls and ground concrete floors in public spaces. The upper level is comprised of meeting space, a caretaker’s apartment,  and a choir loft.

  • Mariner’s Church Wedding Chapel

    Location: Irvine, California

    Client: Mariners Church

    Architect:  Mars Hill Studio, Inc.

    Square Footage:  8,336 S.F.

    Completed:  April 2009

    The Mariners Church Wedding Chapel is a steel structure featuring a wood siding exterior to include a large steeple, standing seam metal roof with a steep pitch and glass infill gables.  The interior features non-bearing heavy timber wood trusses and travertine stone flooring.

  • St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Park City

    Location: Park City, Utah

    Client: Catholic Diocese of Utah

    Architect:  Jack Thomas Architect

    Square Footage:  25,000 sf

    Completed:  1997

    With a balanced blend of wood shakes and locally quarried stone, this church creates an exterior design making the most of its beautiful and natural surroundings.  The large, high wood framed worship space is laid out in a traditional Catholic style with massive exposed framing members in the ceiling.  The reception area, kitchen, utility rooms, grand room, and bathrooms make this church a complete community center for worship and/or civic functions.

  • St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

    Location: Price, UT

    Owner:  Episcopal Diocese of Utah

    Architect: Buese + Peters Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: 17,000 sf


    This new building complex for the Episcopal Diocese of Utah includes over 17,000 S.F. of floor space including worship space, narthex, classrooms, nursery, great hall, music room, and kitchen.  The building foundations are a new product called Perform wall (cement mixed with polystyrene foam) that is glued together, reinforced, and then solid grouted.  This product allowed us to work through the winter with very limited expenses for weather protection, and is a new green product.

  • St. Rose of Lima Education Center

    Location: Layton, UT

    Owner:  Catholic Diocese of Utah

    Architect: Archiplex Group

    Approx. Square Footage: 17,000 sf

    Completed: 2009

  • Grace Lutheran Church

    Location: Sandy, UT

    Owner:  Grace Lutheran Church and School

    Architect: Buese + Peters Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: 13,500 sf

    Completed: 2000

    This new building addition houses classrooms, a new sanctuary, and meeting room space. Clear span trusses were used to open the sanctuary area and create clear story windows to allow in natural light and at the same time eliminate columns. Interior and exterior finishes were tastefully simplified with a value engineering approach in order to accommodate the owner’s budget.
  • Choong Hyun Sanctuary

    Location: Los Angeles, CA

    Client: Choong Hyun Mission Church

    Architect:  Kwang Cook & Associates

    Square Footage:  18,700 S.F.

    Completed:  February 2010

    The project included demolition of the existing building complex and the construction of a new 18,700 S.F. sanctuary for the Choong Hyun Mission Church. The building is comprised of a block building with steel trusses, elevated seating and a large altar/stage area.  Unique features include the interior fabric ceiling and sloped suspended drywall ceiling.

  • Episcopal Diocesan Center

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Client: Episcopal Diocese of Utah

    Architect:  Buese + Peters Architects

    Square Footage:  29,000 S.F.

    The Diocesan Center is primarily a concrete, steel, and masonry building of over 29,000 S.F. The building houses The Episcopal Diocese of Utah’s corporate offices, as well as a bookstore, conference room, media rooms, and 14 ea hotel type rooms for visiting guests. The brick façade outlines storefront entrances and aluminum clad wood windows. The interior of the building is highlighted with an open, two-story reception area that extends up to a vaulted wood ceiling. The Architect has chosen Lyptus, a sustainable wood species, to accent the painted drywall throughout the interior spaces. The facility has also provided a large fountain in the middle of a landscaped plaza for the community to utilize. Behind the security of fenced gates, there is also a granite labyrinth in the middle of a courtyard that connects to a walkway for The Cathedral of St. Marks.