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St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church

St. Martin of Tours is a parish that resulted from the combination of two parishes: Sacred Heart and Holy Assumption. The resulting merger necessitated the need for a new worship space. Also key, was the preservation of a local historical landmark, the original church, built in 1851. The resulting design was a 750 seat sanctuary that can be expanded to 950, as well as the conversion of the existing church into the narthex. All existing stained glass was removed, repaired, and reinstalled, preserving the history of the parish.

Location: Franklin, Wisconsin

Size: 24,000 s.f.

Services Provided: Site planning, Feasibility Analysis, Space Programming, Architectural Planning and Design, Interior Design, Structural, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Electrical Engineering, Landscape Architecture

Completion Date(s): 2004

Contractor/Construction Manager: CG Schmidt Construction

KEY PERSONNEL
Doug Barnes, AIA, REFP

Doug Barnes, AIA, REFP

Educational and Religious Facilities Studio Director

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John Klett, AIA

John Klett, AIA

Planner / Designer

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