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Benedictine Mission Guest House

The Benedictine Mission Guest House was added to the existing monastery that was originally constructed by Sampson Construction. This project included the addition of 30 beds with a solarium and fireplace, small library, an amphitheater, commercial kitchen dining and conference rooms.

With the addition, the Center increased its beds from 70 to 100 for overnight guests. The communal areas include: a solarium with a fire place; small library; an amphitheater; commercial kitchen; three dining rooms, and seven conference rooms. The conference areas can hold parties up to 300 attendees. The lake is about four acres and hosts a bronze statue of St. Benedict. This statue was created by Rudolf Torrini of St. Louis, Missouri, and is a special point of interest for the center.

Project Details

End Use:
Location:
Schuyler, Nebraska
Size:
12,000 SF Addition
Type:
Worship
Method:
Construction Manager
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