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Past Projects
Each building on our campus has a timeline for roof repairs and replacements and is regularly inspected for damage. Maintaining all the roofs in good condition is critical to preserving the structures. A new copper roof was installed on the flat main nave of the Church in 1993...

The Basilica of Saint Mary has been a welcoming community for people of all ages, wherever they are on their faith journey, for more than a century. The Building of Hope has been a spiritual home to many, a place for those most in need in our community and a cultural center. It i...

The Narthex is The Basilica’s main entrance. Previous roof and wall leaks, which have since been repaired, and decades of votive candle smoke have taken their toll on the decorative interiors of this space. In the course of this project, the limestone walls were cleaned, re...

In 2014, new energy efficient lighting was added to the façade of the church to light the bell towers, Mary stone carving, and increase the illumination of the Rose Window. The front of The Basilica had been poorly lit and created a safety hazard. The new lighting has enha...

The Basilica Landmark replaced the 1913 steam heating system in the church and school with a highly efficient hot water system. The two old steam boilers were outdated, highly inefficient and required expensive yearly maintenance to ensure they were working properly.  This n...

Designed in 1923 by Gaytee Stained Glass artists Robert John Norman and Florence Neubauer, these windows became their masterpiece. Now, almost a century later, Gaytee Stained Glass has cleaned and restored the beautiful windows to their original glory.  The restoration of...

Due to water damage from the church ceiling, the casing that houses our beautiful Pipe Organ was deteriorating and plaster was crumbling and falling into the organ pipes. What is supposed to house and protect the organ so that it doesn’t succumb to the elements including ...

The 2010 Masqueray Ball gala featured a Fund-A-Need to raise money for the restoration of The Basilica’s 14 leather doors. Through the generosity of that evening’s participants, The Basilica Landmark raised the $45,000 needed to complete this important project. Two...

Every decade, the Basilica’s bronze entry doors need restoration and repair due to discoloration caused by weather and acid rain and the impacts of heavy use and sheer weight of the doors.  This project repaired the bronze finish, crash bars, hinges, and locking mechan...

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