Our firm has a tradition of religious architecture. The roots of that tradition date back to 1932 when architect Paul F. McLean designed Saint Mary Magdalene Church in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Since those beginnings, our has firm completed a significant number of church and church-affiliated projects, including master plans, new buildings, renovations and expansions.
We're proud to be trusted with assignments that manifest expressions of faith. Mr. McLean's academic concentration in classical architecture and extensive study of traditional works in Europe provide a basis for understanding the permanent foundations of design for prayer and worship.