Picture yourself as a parishioner walking through the doors of your new church. You immediately look up and see over 3,000 stars on the ceiling. Each project team member worked toward one common goal; to create an appropriate atmosphere for worship. To meet this need, Mosites took the lead and coordinated with the Parish, Architect, and subcontractors to get everyone on the same page and focused on the same goal; on time, on budget. The preconstruction phase was vital to building the new church for the ground up. This stage was used to clarify budget concerns, establish a schedule to highlight milestone dates, delegate team roals, and set the project up for success.
The stained glass windows also required intense coordination as they were re-purposed from other surrounding churches and were an integral part of the Architect's design. The church was ultimately designed around the windows. The layout for the masonry openings had to be adjusted in the field while aluminum frames were custom bent to work with the existing glass sizes. Mosites worked closely with the parish to incorporate meaningful items and make the new church an established vestment for the community.