Two blocks north of the Pearl Street Mall rests the oldest church in Boulder and Colorado’s oldest existing Congregational Church. The Gothic Revival structure was built in 1908 and designated a historic landmark in 1975.
Phase I of this project included constructing a new Christian Education building to the west of the church with a chapel, administrative offices, education, and fellowship spaces. The new building was designed to blend with the historic architecture whilst creating a sense of new vitality. Ground source heating was included for an environmentally friendly facility.
Phase II encompassed a complete interior renovation of the original structure. The mechanical and electrical systems were upgraded and integrated into Phase I. The courtyard between the original church and Christian Education building was infilled with new classrooms, lobby and hallway. The courtyard was constructed over this structure using roof walkway pavers over an integrated roofing membrane system.