St. Barnabas Church – Renovation

Originally built in 1891, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church has undergone several renovations and additions over the years. Most recently, in 2016, there was a full remodel of the parish hall, including classrooms, office and workspace, and a commercial kitchen, plus an opening up of space between the existing sanctuary and Fellowship Hall to accommodate the growing congregation.

360 Engineering designed complete mechanical and plumbing systems for this renovation, which now provides a commercial kitchen for special events and outreach ministries, and updated HVAC ventilation, which offers more reliable cooling/heating options for the church’s offices and classrooms.

All renovations were complete in time for 2017 Doors Open Denver, an annual event that offers tours of select public and private architectural gems.


Blog Post: Doors Open Denver 2017


Denver, Colorado


Anderson Hallas Architects