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Year of Completion: Phase I Completed 2002; Other Projects Ongoing


The Temple Sinai facility consists of a 22,000 square foot complex of two contiguous buildings in the Coolidge Corner area of Brookline. The historic sanctuary building, constructed as a church in 1916, is an excellent example of the Colonial Revival style in religious architecture. The adjacent school facility is a circa 1901 parish house that has been expanded into a four-story educational facility.


In 2000, Mills Whitaker Architects was retained to prepare an Assessment & Master Plan for Temple Sinai. This study involved historic research, preparation of measured drawings, assessment of existing conditions and planning. Various options along with preliminary drawings and budgets were prepared to address phased renovations, improved utilization of existing space and handicap accessibility issues.


In 2002, Mills Whitaker Architects assisted with the design and implementation of Phase One of the Master Plan. The Phase One work involved renovation of the main social hall, provision of additional classroom space, expansion of toilet rooms, replacement of mechanical/electrical systems and the integration of handicap access into the historic sanctuary building.

 

TEMPLE SINAI, BROOKLINE MA

Category

Religious


Scope of Work

Research and Development, Design and Construction Documents, Construction Administration


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