St. Bernard's Parish

Over the years, numerous capital improvement projects have been completed for St. Bernard's Parish in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. These projects have served to help preserve and maintain the buildings and grounds on the St. Bernard's campus, meeting the needs of the parish while respecting the historic character of the existing structures.

In addition to the individual projects, our firm prepared a comprehensive facility assessment for the parish in 2013, analyzing all of the systems and components of each of the five structures on the property. These structures include the main church, an original school building, a school addition, the rectory, and a parish hall.

Capital improvement projects for the parish have included:

  • Restroom Facilities Upgrade

  • New Confessionals at the Main Church

  • Parish Hall Renovations

  • Exterior Signage

  • Stained Glass Window Restoration and Preservation

  • Bell Tower Masonry Restoration

  • Design of a New Perpetual Adoration Chapel

 

Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania

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