“Properly designed, installed, tested and maintained…”
St. Joseph Catholic Church was originally constructed in 1865 with interior renovations throughout the last few decades. Several architectural and structural issues with the church building within the past few years led the Archdiocese of Louisville (AOL) to conduct an architectural and engineering assessment of the entire campus. The primary objective of AOL and the church was to gain a complete understanding of the deficiencies and issues with the campus such that a comprehensive and accurate scope of work could be developed. The assessment included the church, rectory, parish hall/gymnasium, school, and daycare buildings.
- Campus property condition of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing assessment
- Multiple structures evaluated
- Established existing conditions of HVAC, plumbing, fire alarm, electrical, and low voltage systems
- Provided detailed report with rated conditions, identified system deficiencies, recommended remedies, and cost opinions