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Historic Brady Chapel to undergo Phase I Preservation and Restoration Work

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) - The historic James H. Brady Memorial Chapel will undergo preservation and restoration work this spring.

After many years of fundraising, seeking grants, and the efforts of the Historic Preservation , Commission, Friends of the Brady Chapel, local volunteers, City Staff, and support of the City Council, Phase I of the project began on May 1 and is anticipated to be completed at the end of the summer. 

Phase I work focuses on the cleaning and repointing of masonry on the exterior façade as well as replacing the pinnacles, replicated to match the original. Highlander Masonry, LLC are the contractors for the project and Myers Anderson Architects of Pocatello are the project engineers. Chapel tours and activities will be on hold until the project is complete. 

The project is partially funded through the City along with the following grants/money raised to support the preservation and restoration of this facility:

For more information about the project or for project updates, contact the City’s Planning and Development Services Department at 208-234-6184. 

The Brady Chapel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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