St. Benedict, LA


DESCRIPTION

The first of several phases has been completed. Eight units have been installed along a walkway that meanders through a beautiful natural setting. Each unit incorporates three separate, suspended cabinets, each containing thirty niches. The total for this phase is 720 niches.

The design incorporates colored aluminum structural members supporting polished Caledonia granite slabs which enclose the niches, covered in polished Cambrian Black granite. Colored aluminum banners denote the individual units with through-cut names of Saints in classical font.

Additional through-cut colored aluminum decorative panels are mounted to the vertical structural supports. Custom, solid bronze, commemorative medallions, mounted to the decorative end panels provide additional meaning.

OWNER
Saint Joseph Abbey and Seminary College, St. Benedict, LA

ARCHITECT / FIRM
Michael Savoie Hunley / MSH Architects

DESIGNER
Timeless Columbaria

 

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48-Niche Free-Standing Columbarium Installed at Christ United Methodist Church
Posted by Timeless Columbaria in Blogs & Resources on 1/15/2019
The 48-niche free-standing columbarium was installed in a prominent grassy area next to the entrance of the church. Polished Cambrian Black covers were framed by generous slabs of Dakota Mahogany granite...

Timeless Installs Two New Cambrian Black Granite Columbarium Cabinets for Trinity Lutheran Church
Posted by Timeless Columbaria in Blogs & Resources on 1/15/2019
An existing room in the church facility was converted to a meditation room with two new columbarium cabinets installed flush in a wall. Each cabinet contains 25 niches covered in polished Cambrian Black granite...

TESTIMONIALS

“We were able to install the 24,000 pounds of steel and 11 cabinets onto the pre-placed foundations in less than 7 days. Even though this was a one-of-a-kind custom project, the only modifications we needed to perform were slightly enlarging a few anchor-bolt holes. Otherwise all of the connections were bolted and everything fit together beautifully.”
- Austin Steenhoek,
Installation Superintendent
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