Boise Idaho Temple
Boise, Idaho


Client: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Type: Build to Design

Commenced: 12/1982
Completed: 04/1984
Boise Idaho Temple

The Boise Idaho Temple is a sister building to the Dallas Texas Temple, which was also constructed by Comtrol. This was the first temple since the Washington D.C. Temple to feature a six-spire design. The temple was designed with efficiency in mind, and its layout was later adapted to fourteen other temples. The exterior is decorated with light-colored marble tiles, and topped with a slate roof. Facilities in the temple include four ordinance rooms and four sealing rooms. The temple also houses a full service cafeteria for the convenience of its patrons.