BETH SHOLOM CONGREGATION PROGRAMMING AND FEASIBILITY STUDY |ELKINS PARK, PA

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING, CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, & FEASBILITY ANALYSIS

52,360 SF

Beth Sholom Congregation of Elkins Park, PA required an architectural program, concept design, feasibility study, and preliminary cost estimates for their Administrative and Academic Building adjacent to the congregation's synagogue. Upon a full survey, a program and preliminary concept design was provided to the congregation which prioritized program adjacencies, repurposed the atrium into an enclosed, conditioned space, allowed for more efficient circulation paths, integration of more efficient mechanical systems, and a more prominent entry to the building with a celebrated connection to the congregation's Beth Sholom Synagogue, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1959.

 

JOB ROLE
Intermediate Architect & Revit Manager, Saylor Gregg Architects

Credits:

Saylor Gregg Architects, Architect

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