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Project Description

The Holy Cross Cathedral built in 1932 is a listed building. The project called for the integration of air-conditioning to cope with temperature changes due to global warming in order to make the congregation comfortable during worship.
It was an exercise in preparing measured drawings of the building to get all elements proportions right, integrating the AC into the frieze at the nave and aisle with subtlety while retaining the character of the building and giving it a new lease of life for the next fifty years.