The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Provo City Center Temple

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Provo City Center Temple

Provo, Utah
FFKR Architects

2016 ACI Intermountain Region Jury's Choice Award Excellence in Concrete

2019 ACI International Award Excellence in Concrete

2016 AGC National Merit Award Alliant Build American Top Renovation

2016 ASCE National Project of the Year

2016 CRSI National Honor

2016 NCSEA National Excellence in Structural Renovation/Rehabilitation

2015 UC&D Utah Most Outstanding Project of the Year - Large Renovation/Restoration

2015 UC&D Utah Most Outstanding Large Community Project

2014 AGC Utah Project of the Year Cultural

2016 ENR Utah Overall Project of the Year

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The original Provo Tabernacle seated 1,500 and featured octagonal towers at all four corners, a high-pitched roof, and exquisite woodwork. The building hosted US presidents, musical performances, school commencements, interfaith gatherings, and community events. In December 2010, a four-alarm fire destroyed the structure. The following April, it was announced the Tabernacle would be rebuilt as a second temple for Provo.  The owner and design team worked diligently to recapture the beauty of the original structure. Interior components that survived the fire served as models to produce rich woodwork and other design elements. The temple has four floors—two above ground and two below. Above-ground levels include a chapel, ordinance rooms, five sealing rooms, offices, and lobbies.  The temple has more extensive grounds and less surface parking than any other LDS temple. In addition to surface parking, visitors utilize a 245-stall underground parking garage.

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