Architecture

Published on January 1st, 2013 | by UC&D Magazine

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St. Joseph the Worker

AIA Utah 2012 Awards
Saint Joseph the Worker
Architect:
Sparano + Mooney Architecture, Salt Lake City
General Contractor:
R&O Construction, Ogden
Project Location:
West Jordan

Saint Joseph the Worker serves as a place of worship for a growing Catholic community in West Jordan. The 23,460 sq ft project sits on a 9.6-acre site and was constructed on a tight budget of $4.5 million.

The client’s program required a large entry gathering space; elliptical sanctuary space to seat 800; accessory support, liturgical, and vesting spaces; administrative offices and conference space; a separate Day Chapel for daily services; and an entry courtyard with a central water and fire feature. The project is located in a primarily working- class residential neighborhood near the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. Named for the patron saint of laborers, this parish church has a rich history and cultural line.


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