The Pavilion at Grace is a 5,300 SF addition housing an event hall, offices, and a four-story stair tower. It is constructed with custom structural steel moment bents supporting light gauge metal framing. The addition abuts the original c.1844 Church which was designed by Richard Upton. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the first asymmetrical Gothic Revival Church in America.

Architect: Centerbrook Architects & Planners
Construction: Bowerman Associates
Finished Photography: Jeff Goldberg/ESTO


AIA Connecticut, 2020 Design Award

AIA Knowledge Community, 2018 Religious Award

Faith & Form, Religious Art & Architecture Awards, New Facilities Award,

Providence Preservation Society, Preservation Award

Copper Development Association and the Canadian Copper and Brass Development Association, North American Copper in Architecture Awards, Citation

Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association, Construction Excellence Awards, 1st Place Civic Under 50,000 SF

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