St. Therese of Lisieux Church, Cleveland
A new purpose built church at Ingleby Barwick in Cleveland for the Diocese of Middlesbrough.
The 250 seat worship area is designed to maximise natural lighting, supplemented by a highly efficient and flexible LED lighting scheme.
Heating is provided by a high efficiency gas fired boiler plant serving underfloor heating to the worship area and independently zoned radiator circuits to meeting and teaching areas. Natural ventilation is provided by automatic high level windows with manual override.
Employers Agent: CL Cost Consultant
Architects: Naru Ross Architects
Structural Engineer: BDN Ltd
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