Marion, has an on-going relationship with this facility consisting of a sanctuary, rectory, and portions of an education building – ranging from historic to modern in construction. In spring of 2012, Marion began assisting the facility with the recreation of the original sanctuary east and west elevation Gothic arch stone window mullions. These mullions will be returned to their original configuration based upon the historic drawings and historic photographs. This is one reason historic conservation expertise is so important in these projects.
Past projects at the facility include statue conservation and replication at the rectory south entrance, stone repair on the sanctuary and rectory, parapet repair, cleaning, and extensive mortar repointing. Marion executed a facility Condition Assessment in 2010 in order to access current masonry conditions, identify maintenance priorities, and generate opinions of cost.