Client: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Location: Provo, Utah Size: 85,084 s. f. Date: Expected 2015 Services: Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing
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About the Project
The Provo City Center Tabernacle was renovated to be a LDS temple after a fire in 2010. The old tabernacle lacked a decent fire protection system, including automatic sprinklers and notification system. VBFA provided the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services as well as fire protection systems. The temple has four levels, two above ground and two below. The building features the original brick exterior, four towers at each corner of the building surrounding a central tower, and stained glass windows in the same style as the old pioneer building.