Sacristy Remodel at St. Rita Church
This was a somewhat sensitive project for the church. We were removing the old communion rail to create an openness with the parishioners. Having been a member of the church all my life, I was asked to do the project by the family that donated the funds. Working with the original architect of the church, we removed the communion rail, (stored for later re-purposing) and fabricated and installed new hand railings. During the time the carpet was removed we upgraded the electrical and sound wiring and added structural elements for the hand rail. New oak flooring with a natural oil finish was added along with walnut stair nosing to add contrast for safety. Later I designed and built the kneelers using the original communion rail and steel stanchions.
Client St. Rita Church
Date September 2014
Location Sierra Madre