All Saints’ Episcopal Church

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All Saints’ Episcopal Church, built in 1883, is a Chicago Landmark and rare surviving example of the Stick style in the city. Bauer Latoza Studio was retained to provide professional services for the exterior restoration of the church. An assessment of the existing wood siding material underneath the non-original stucco was conducted and provided information to develop a plan that outlined a course of action for completing the restoration. Subsequently, BLS was contracted to complete the construction documents for the full exterior restoration and structural upgrades to the church. The full restoration project included:

  • Structural repair and reinforcement at sanctuary and church floor structure
  • Restoration of the North Elevation
  • Breezeway reconstruction
  • Restoration at East Elevation of church and bell tower
  • Restoration of the South Elevation
  • Restoration of 34 decorative stained glass windows
  • Client: All Saints’ Episcopal Church
  • Project Address: 4550 N. Hermitage Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
  • Project Size: 4,205 sf
  • Construction Cost: $2 million
  • Services Provided: Assessment, Design Documents, Construction Documents
  • Awards: 2017 Restoration Award from Richard Driehaus Foundation – Landmarks Illinois