Monthly Archives: November 2014
From our friends at Clark Architects, we have some new photographs, taken by aerial drone, showing the construction of the Saint Thomas Aquinas Chapel for the University of Nebraksa Newman Center. You can see here that the exterior brick is nearly complete. In a subsequent post sometime in the next several weeks, we’ll have photographs of the interior where decorative painting is already underway.
Fresh from a recent site visit, we have new photographs showing the exterior of Holy Cross Catholic Church, in Rumson, New Jersey, nearing completion. The exterior is clad in cedar shingles, which over time will fade to a warm grey in color. The roof is asphalt shingles, but in time, will be replaced with cedar […]
Demolition begins this month at the Saint Joseph chapel for the Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in Saint Louis, Missouri. McCrery Architects has had the pleasure of designing new furnishings for the sanctuary and will be providing support for decorative painting of the chapel. More construction photos will follow as the marble altar is built by Rugo Stone, and the oak baldachino and choir stalls are built by Mountain View Millworks, but for now, check out these drawings showing what the finished project will look like.