The award-winning St. Elias Ukrainian Catholic Church makes headlines again.
Green Building and Architecture writes: “Like the legendary phoenix, Brampton’s St. Elias Ukrainian Catholic Church has risen from the ashes – literally.
Originally built in 1995, the church was destroyed by fire in 2014. However, members of the congregation in Greater Toronto quickly decided to try to overcome the tragedy and rebuild.
By late 2016, the project was completed in impressive fashion; eventually garnering a coveted Ontario Wood WORKS! Award (Institutional/Commercial category, project valued at less than $10-million) from Canada’s Wood Council.
The architect was Zimmerman Workshop Architecture + Design, and the engineers were Moses Structural Engineers.” — Spring 2017 Edition of Green Building and Architecture, pages 12-13.Read the full article here. More on St. Elias Church from us here.