Client: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Location: Draper, Utah Size: 59,000 s. f. Date: 2009 Services: Mechanical Engineering
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About the Project
The Draper Temple is a worship facility owned by the LDS Church. Its spires reach as high as 166 feet topped with a gold leaf statue of an angel. The interior of the temple features hand painted murals, intricately designed stained glass, and Utah’s state flower: the Sego Lily. VBFA provided the mechanical engineering services needed for this worship facility, which includes a white granite exterior, and a joint parking lot and meeting house.