St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral
The church is designed to resemble traditional cathedral architecture with modern attributes and energy efficient technologies. The walls are constructed of insulated concrete forms (ICF) with stone and cast stone veneer. The building consists of a ground floor with classrooms and offices, a main floor for the worship area (Nave) and a balcony and choir loft. Two bell towers are located at the entrance with a central tower reaching 90 feet above the Nave floor.
Owner utilized direct purchase for sales tax savings - on $3 million worth of materials.