Rebuilding of the First Presbyterian Church

Rebuilding

First Presbyterian Church prior to June 29, 2012

First Presbyterian Church Struck By A Tornado

The First Presbyterian Church, located in Cambridge Ohio, was founded in 1809.  On June 29, 2012 a tornado struck the building, leveling the sanctuary and leaving devastation in its wake.  So, since 2012 the painstaking rebuilding process began. Clearing debris, securing the building and preparing the site for rebuilding has taken the process through to 2014.

The Rebuilding Team

DLH Design and Kramer Engineers have joined forces to provide the design for the rebuilding of the Church.  David Haught, Principal/Architect of DLH is providing the architectural design.  Ralph Kramer, Principal/Engineer of Kramer Engineers will design the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and life safety systems.

Church After Tornado

First Presbyterian Church after the destruction