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St. William Catholic Church - Fort Lupton, Colorado

New Church 450 seats and Master Planning Site for future expansion

Reused stained glass from St. Leo's Catholic Church in Denver that was demolished in 1961

10,500 sq. ft.

Style: Contemporary - but warm

Project Cost: Budget: $1.5 million
Final Cost: $1.3 million

Completed: November 2001











Stained glass was reuse of windows from St. Leo's Denver Parish demolished for the construction of Higher Education Complex of Auraria, Colorado.

James Paull was Architect of Record and prime designer.
Project completed while with SlaterPaull Architects.

St. William Exterior
St. William Interior
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