W.S. Cumby is proud to be working with the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer on the renovation and expansion of their Parish House.
As the leaves begin to turn, an extraordinarily intricate and vital element of the construction is beginning to take shape. The brick work is expertly designed by John Milner Architects to mimic the 135-year-old Sexton Cottage to which the new Parish House is connected. The work is the result of months of planning and teamwork between contractors, designers, W.S. Cumby, and the Church, including its Owner’s Representative, Carter Young.
Several mock-ups were completed over the summer with meticulous attention paid to color, consistency, layout, and sizing. We are proud of the result now standing amidst the timeless beauty of the Church campus, and to pay homage to the craftsman that built the Sexton Cottage well over a century ago.