St. Pius X Church | Granger, Indiana
Majority was awarded the contract for this $12.5 million project that included a 22,981 sq. ft. church addition and 19,695 sq. ft. renovation which took 2-1/2 years to complete. The architectural firm of Alliance Architects providing the plans.
Approximately 250,000 bricks were used on the project. Kasota limestone was used for the Altar steps, front walls and Library accent wall. Real clay tile were installed on the roof. 5’ x 10’ pieces of porcelain tile were used on the walls in the Apse. 2,800 lineal feet of custom bent radius wood trimmed the arches throughout the church.
The magnificent sanctuary appointments included sacred art work and coining that was hand painted onto canvas in New York by Evergreen Architectural Arts and then applied by their crew. The mosaic tiles were installed by Sue Giannotti from St. Louis.