St. Jerome Parish Hall
LEED Silver Certification
Stonemark was the prime consultant for the first LEED project for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
St. Jerome Parish Hall received LEED Silver Certification.
The St. Jerome Parish Hall project had essential features that fit very well into the LEED criteria, namely that an existing building was to be re-used, without extensive demolition of structural elements, and without creating new parking and extensive site work. The scope of work involved renovation of the existing Parish Hall including gymnasium and senior center on main floor, multi-purpose room, kitchen and other uses on basement floor, and sitework including a new security fence, and greenbelt site improvements. The building was also re-roofed, utilizing as much as possible of the old roofing material with the new.
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