Ahavath Beth Israel Synagogue
This exciting project included the relocation of a historic synagogue to a new campus, renovation of the 100-year-old structure, creation of a striking colonnade to mark the new entrance, a new multipurpose and administration building, and extensive landscaping. The renovation of the synagogue required matching the original design concept, upgrading the lighting, incorporating accessibility throughout, and updating to current fire and life safety standards. The restoration work received an Orchid Award from Preservation Idaho. The new multi-purpose building includes classrooms, full-service kitchen, offices, storage, and a multi-purpose area.
TYPE / Historic Renovation / New Construction / Religious
SERVICES / Historic Preservation / Master Planning / Architectural Design
AWARDS / Orchid Award from Preservation Idaho
COMPLETION DATE / 2004