“The only from-the-ground-up construction was the tower, which, in terms of design, unites the new buildings to the existing church. The remaining buildings — offices, library, classrooms, commercial kitchen and that big parish hall — are modular. They were constructed in a Southern California factory and traveled up Interstate 5 to the Brentwood site. They arrived the week after Easter, and were lifted into place by cranes. The advantages of modular buildings is that while the site work was being completed, their walls, ceilings, doors and windows were being built elsewhere.
Parishioner Conrad de Jesus was the project architect. Performance Modular in Elk Grove was the designer/builder. ”

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