Christ Church Waltham
Christ Church Waltham
Christ Church Waltham

Built in 1897 of rounded fieldstone boulders, Christ Church was designed by Peabody and Stearns.  The original designers understood the sloped spire surface was susceptible to absorbing water and they detailed a secondary, internal roof within the tower to protect the narthex below.  Despite repair attempts throughout the years, the church experienced leakage into the narthex that damaged interior plaster finishes.  SGH investigated the source of leakage and designed repairs to the stone tower and internal roof.