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St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Steeple Restoration

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Steeple Restoration

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church was originally constructed in 1855, and is on the National Register of Historic Places (#99001363). The project scope included the restoration of a steeple formerly damaged by lightning, along with the bell tower and main entrance. A preservation plan and a series of structural investigations, funded with previous New Jersey Historic Trust grants, documented the deterioration of the steeple sheathing and wood timber structure of the steeple and tower.  Wu & Associates was recognized by Burlington County for “Outstanding Accomplishment in Preservation” for work done on this project.

Location:  Beverly, NJ

Owner:  St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

Architect:  Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects, LLC

Watch the video portrayal of the story behind this historic church restoration, here.  This project was also featured in SJ Magazine, and on Preservation Directory.