St. James Church Phases 1, 2, and 4 Nearing Completion

Phases 1, 2, and 4 of the interior rehabilitation and restoration of the elaborate patterned slate roof at St. James Episcopal Church in Skaneateles are nearing completion. The projects, based on a Master Plan we developed with the parish over a two year process, include rehabilitation of the basement gathering space and chapel, HVAC and mechanical system upgrades, substantial rehabilitation of the nave and sanctuary including a new entry, new flooring, decorative scheme, and expanded altar and chancel space. The roofing replacement work, Phase 1 of the Master Plan, includes full restoration of the main slate roof and elaborate sheet metal work (stamped dentils, shaped copings and cornices).

We are grateful for all of the hard work of our collaborative project teams of St. James Episcopal Parish,  Hayner Hoyt Construction, Easton Specialties, and Bero Architecture PLLC thus far which will guide these two large and complicated projects to their successful completion before the end of the year.