Marion Presbyterian Church

The Marion Presbyterian Church, erected in 1884, was beginning to show the wear and tear of its age, as shown in the “before” pictures.  This steeple needed our help to preserve its architectural design features with a more sustainable product that will carry it into the next century.

During this historic preservation project, our client came to us with remnants of these elements and a few photos so our team could design the profiles, means and methods to fabricate and install new cornice, trim and trellis pieces. Applying shades of tan ACM to create depth and complement the existing stone façade, along with louvers made out of light gauge aluminum, this steeple still resembles stone, yet looks natural.

Before Preservation:

 

 

After Preservation:

 

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