St. Joseph Parish hosted services over Good Friday through Easter Weekend, marking the completion of the work CAM Construction managed this past year. The 12,000 square foot renovations and addition to the historic sanctuary included several new features, including the construction of a new altar and stone arch, new ductwork and HVAC distribution, ornamental tile flooring (thanks to O Squared), a coffered ceiling system with a dome and back-lit stain glass oculus, and a radiused cornice with cove lighting around the perimeter of the sanctuary. In particular, the craftsmen at J A Argetakis completed the difficult ceiling work from a suspended scaffolding system that had to be maneuvered in order to meet the deadline. Additionally, we are extremely proud to have incorporated stones from the Beaver Dam Quarry to create the new arch around the crucifix, as the original church was built using stones from the very same quarry. The emphasis for this project was on “community”, and we are grateful for the opportunity to improve this community space and complete it in time for one of their largest congregations. Special thanks to Msgr Rick Hilgartner and St. Joseph Parish as well as JRS Architects for making this project something truly memorable.