Owner: Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton
Consultant: Larkin Architects
Location: Guelph, Ontario
Delivery Method: Construction Management
Value: $ 4M
The renovation/restoration included enhancements and reinforcements of the Gothic Revival architecture and decorative features of the Church. Such areas included new floor finishes, pew refurbishment, sanctuary improvements (altar, ambo, platform and altar rail), side altars, shrines and sacristy. An additional barrier-free washroom was constructed and renovations were made to the existing washroom. The parish hall renovations included a new floor to the rear half, renovated washrooms, stage area converted into a meeting room(s) and minor repair of plaster damage. There were also mechanical and HVAC improvements, stained glass, choir loft and organ refurbishments and security/alarm systems.