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Holy Name of Mary Multi-Purpose Building

This San Dimas Parish, originally constructed in the 1960s, had previously built a new Church as part of its master plan. However, due to budgetary constraints it was unable to complete a much-needed new multi-purpose building at the same time. Stonemark led a series of value engineering exercises that brought the project within budget without sacrificing the Parish’s program or the architect’s design intent, while achieving consensus within the client’s various user groups and hierarchy. Stonemark managed the Planning and Entitlement Phases of this project.

Location San Dimas, CA Project New Construction Size Multi-Purpose Building Services Planning Architect JVC Architects


JVC Architects has worked closely with Stonemark in the design and processing of land use approvals for a complicated project in Santa Clarita, California. All along the way they have been diligent and proactive in maintaining the schedule and negotiating a very favorable outcome for our Client. I recommend them without reservation—their services are of high value to our mutual Clients and to the entire team.

Jim Van Compernolle, President
JVC Architects