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  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction
  • Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery | Fiegen Construction

Perpetual Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament Monastery

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Sep 25, 2018 8:20:55 AM

The Fiegen Construction team has completed a new monastery for the Adoration Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament. The new, 26,000-square-foot building features individual bedroom cells for the Sisters, a spacious dining hall, a sewing room, and an attached chapel. The $5 million monastery was funded with donations from the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. 

The project began with the demolition and relocation of the existing structures, then construction of the updated facility, which is located on the grounds of the Cathedral of Saint Joseph. There were several challenges associated with this construction project. Overhead utility lines posed a risk to workers and the project needed to be coordinated to work cause as little disruption as possible to the St. Joseph Cathedral campus.

“Having a new place and a bigger one, it means a lot to us. We have been praying for it and we have seen the answer of God to our prayer,” says Sister Angelica Morales. Fiegen Construction was honored to have been involved in furthering the work of the Perpetual Adoration Sisters. 

Read more about this project here >>

 

Religious Construction, New Construction

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