St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Project: St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Location: Washington, DC

Design/Construction Team

Architect:
Hickok Cole Architects
Washington, DC
https://hickokcole.com/

Installer:
Zephyr Aluminum LLC
Sykesville, MD
http://www.zephyraluminum.com/

General Contractor:
Forrester Construction Company
Rockville, MD
https://www.forresterconstruction.com/

NeaCera® Panel Summary

Height: 228.6mm (9”)

Length: 1219.2mm (48”)

Finish: Matte

Color: Matte White

Shape: Flat Classic

Configuration: Stacked

Special Conditions: Squares, integrated with the panels

Weight: 7.5 lbs/SF

Clips: Never on a NeaCera® Project!

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Project Summary

120-year-old St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C, located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, is being redeveloped. This 65,869-square-foot project involves a residential addition to the existing historic 1800s parish hall. From the ruins of the existing church will spring a new 4-story totaling 18,000-square-feet. Located adjacent to the church will be a new 7-story, 50,000-square-foot multifamily, 56-unit residential building. The façade creates a unique and compelling design by intermittently staggering the application of the panels to create a view inside of the parish.