Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church

A strong regional example of historic preservation, the architectural work on this 1863 founded Roman Catholic Church centered on repairing and restoring this important City Hall neighbor.

Beginning with master planning issues involving entries, a new social center, and rectory, the architectural efforts included: roof replacement, new mechanical systems, steeple repair, structural analysis, plaster ceiling repair, comprehensive interior painting, and gold leafing.

Beyond seamlessly orchestrating this effort into the preexisting character of this century old church, the work also included a concentrated effort to update and reposition the Stations of the Cross.