Oregon Church Recognized for Sustainable Design

Unitarian-Entry-Lara-Swimmer-PhotographyBuilt by Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co. and designed by Hacker Architects for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon, the church incorporates a 260-seat sanctuary featuring a minister and choral platform, various classrooms, meeting rooms, administrative offices and support facilities—including a commercial kitchen.

“Sustainability and the church design’s theme of rock, light and air go hand-in-hand,” Richard Young, executive associate at Heery, said in prepared remarks. “We were proud to work with the architects, the contractor’s team and the client to make sure the theme was pulled through the building’s mechanical operations.”


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