More steel than the Statue of Liberty.
Location: Branson, MO
The Shrine of the Holy Spirit was developed by Gene Bicknell. He envisioned a structure that would serve as a place for reflection and prayer. One hundred tons of steel (more than what is in the Statue of Liberty) and 800,000 pounds of blue stone were used to create the unique structure. The Shrine’s courtyard is comprised of planters, seating areas and a fountain, and offers an unobstructed view of surrounding Ozarks countryside. Visitors can also read scripture verses engraved on the walls and the entry displays the Ten Commandments.
Snyder Construction Group was involved in Pre-Construction for feasibility and budgeting, as well as design solutions through construction and sourcing of rare cladding materials.