St. George Temple Visitors Center

St. George Temple Visitors Center

The visitor center is located on the southeast corner of the temple block of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Its purpose is to provide displays and theater rooms for information regarding the local growth of the Church, as well as historical information. The interior of the building is a large assembly area with offices, display areas, and theater areas.

Oakland California Temple Remodel

Oakland Temple Remodel

This project involved a major interior face lift, as well as numerous improvements to the site surrounding the temple. The site improvements included the repair and restoration of all of the enormous elevated planting areas. This required the removal of all the materials in the planters, restoring the planters to a waterproof condition, and replanting all of the palm trees.

Dallas Texas Temple

Dallas Texas Temple

The Dallas Texas Temple is a sister building to the Boise Idaho Temple, which was also constructed by Comtrol. The temple features a modern adaptation of the six-spire design. The exterior is decorated with light-colored marble tiles, and topped with a dark gray slate roof. Facilities in the temple include five ordinance rooms and four sealing rooms. The temple also houses a full service cafeteria for the convenience of its patrons.

Boise Idaho Temple

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. Facilities in the temple include four ordinance rooms and four sealing rooms.

Papeete Tahiti Temple

Papeete Tahiti Temple

The Papeete Tahiti Temple was the first temple built in French Polynesia and the fifth built in Polynesia. It was one of three smaller temples to be built in the area, replacing previous plans for one regional temple in the Pacific. The temple was designed and constructed in a way that it should be able to withstand the extreme weather conditions that can occur in the area.

México City Temple

México City Temple

Work on this project had been initiated by others, and had proceeded to the point of approximately 50% completion, but slow overall construction progress resulted in the involvement of Comtrol on the management of completion efforts. Comtrol was responsible for coordinating all the completion work, including the completion of structures and installation of finishes over a thirteen month period.

Salt Lake Temple Remodel

Salt Lake Temple Remodel

This remodel required the shutdown of the Salt Lake Temple for six months. Among the improvements made were the renovation of the mechanical, plumbing, and HVAC systems throughout the temple. Upon completion of this work, the affected areas were restored and repainted, and the carpet throughout the entire temple was replaced.

Los Angeles California Temple Remodel

Los Angeles California Temple Remodel

During this remodel the temple administration wing was demolished and replaced. In order to accomplish this Comtrol had to demolish and remove a twelve inch thick concrete reinforced vault, which had to be cut into multiple pieces, and lowered to the floor below. The work on this project was completed in its entirety in less than eight weeks.

Washington D.C. Temple Remodel

Washington D.C. Temple Remodel

This remodel of the Washington D.C. Temple involved the renovation of the existing sealing rooms, as well as the addition of new sealing rooms on the seventh floor. The project was completed in a very short time frame.

Carthage Jail Restoration

Carthage Jail Restoration

The restoration of the Carthage Jail included under pinning the existing structure with new foundations, removing exposed electrical wiring, and upgrading the entire jail with new electrical and mechanical systems in concealed false walls. Comtrol's superintendent hand carved new wood window mullions and dividers, to restore the windows to their original state.

Hill Cumorah Restoration

Hill Cumorah Restoration

This project included a complete remodel of the visitor center, as well as the existing restroom facility. Exterior improvements included a reshaping of the hill, and installation of a new sound system. Despite thirty seven straight days of rain, the project was completed on schedule and in time for the yearly pageant.