Washington D.C. Temple

This landmark structure was inspired by and patterned after the Salt Lake Temple. Located on a 57-acre site adjacent to the Capital Beltway, thousands of visitors to the nation’s capital from around the world are greeted by its six iconic spires, the tallest ascending 288 feet in the air. The temple features 160,000 cubic yards of concrete, 173,000 square feet of precast concrete faced with Alabama white marble and 23,000 square feet of granite.

[Location]
Kensington, Maryland
[Square Footage]
160,000
[Contract Type]
Construction Management
[Owner]
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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