Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools; built works - religious structures - churches

Designers: Cawdrey and Vemo, Incorporated, General Contractors (firm); Gotteland, Roger, Architect (firm); Smith, Raymond C., Structural Engineer (firm); James William Cawdrey (building contractor); Roger Jacques Gotteland (architect); Raymond C. Smith (engineer); Bjarne Vemo (building contractor)

Dates: constructed 1953-1954

Originally, a temporary church seating 480 and an auditorium were built first. The plan was to turn the temporary church into a gymnasium for a later school. Carco, a subsidiary of Pacific Car and Foundry Company (later known as PACCAR) produced and installed 100 tons of structural steel in this first portion of Saint Paul's. Cawdrey and Vemo served as Building Contractors for this project, Roger Gotteland, the architect, and Raymond C. Smith, the Structural Engineer.

PCAD id: 13873