Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architect: Atkin Olshin Schade
Believing in their duty to be good stewards of their historical building, the Church is engaged in master planning and development campaigns to fund capital maintenance and improvement projects for its historically certified Gothic-style church on the corner of Arch and Broad Streets in Philadelphia. The work was designed and completed in two phases.
Phase I included removing asbestos and installing a sprinkler system in the lower level of the church. Phase II was the restoration of two stained glass windows on the Arch Street and Broad Street sides of the church.
The project team included Atkin Olshin Schade (architect), Saviors Fire Protection (contractor), Marvin Waxman Engineers (MEP engineer) in Phase I.
During Phase II, the project team included Atkin Olshin Schade (architect), Masonry Preservation Group (contractor), Keast & Hood (structural engineer) and Schnabel Conservation (conservationist).