Trinity Church Renovation

For over 300 years, Trinity Church has been an integral part of New York City history and the Episcopal parish. Since opening in 1697, the original building has undergone several changes and expansions. The church’s recent renovation, however, is its most ambitious to date. The project included interior repairs, wheelchair-accessible ramps around the perimeter, and a canopy on the south side to enhance the worship experience, address overdue maintenance needs, and increase accessibility. Langan performed a 3D laser scan of the church interior and developed grading and drainage design for the ramps in compliance with ADA requirements. We also provided subsurface investigations to evaluate the foundation condition and confirm the depths of grave vaults, including those belonging to historic figures like Alexander Hamilton.
2022 SARA NY Design Awards of Excellence
2022 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award
2021 ENR New York, Best Projects: Renovation/Restoration – Merit