St. Mary's Episcopal Church



Project Management

The scope of work for St. Mary’s Episcopal Church involved the majority of the worship center. The primary choices of wood used included red oak solids and veneers, paint grade poplar, and engineered wood with laminate cladding.

In the sanctuary, our scope of work included the red oak pace platform with upholstered kneeling benches with support railing, and handrails on the walls and center stairs. The altar back wall featured red oak Gothic-arched veneer panels with routed slots, casings, and back bands. Jambs and casings were installed on the transept walls.

Our work continued in the narthex with red oak veneer panels with angled acoustical blocking. Door and window casings, back band, and jamb extensions were fabricated using red oak solids and paint-grade poplar.

Trim work for the sanctuary, narthex, and nursery reception was fabricated in-house using paint-grade poplar. Trim work included base caps, base molds, corner trims, crown molds, sills, and aprons.

Laminate-clad counters and cabinetry were engineered, fabricated, and installed in the flower prep room, narthex, and restrooms.

Wardrobe cabinetry, base cabinetry, drawer base cabinetry, and wall cabinetry for the sacristy were also part of our scope. These were fabricated using laminate-clad materials for the cabinets and counters. Additionally, shelving with hanging rods was installed in various locations, including the existing sanctuary and church office.

Work COmpleted

Casings: Doors
Casings: Open
Casings: Windows
Ceiling Area
Custom Doors
Custom Panels
Curved Casings
Jamb Extensions
Jambs & Casings
Platform or Stage
Stile & Rail Construction
Wall Panels - Wood
Trim: Base Mold
Trim: Crown Mold
Trim: Sill & Apron

MAterials & Skills

Laminate Cladding
Engineered Wood
Finishes: Stains or Oils
Metalwork: Brass
Wood: Red Oak
Wood: Poplar

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