Construction of a new sanctuary for the Korean Catholic congregation on a five-acre church campus. The building features distinctive concave-shaped roof structure with sizeable chandelier light features and a large rustic alter with a baptismal and sloped foundation providing an amphitheater feel to the alter area.
Flooring consists of a creative combination of stained concrete finishes and tiling. The exterior includes unique stone features at the entry, decorative entry doors, a spiral sheet metal roof and a majestic steeple that reaches 80 feet into the air. Additionally, the church incorporates a state-of-the-art audiovisual system featuring the latest in sound, lighting and video communications. The site work includes landscaping of palm trees and pavers and a 339-space surface parking lot.