Rock City Church

This new 50,000 square foot building houses a 1,400 seat worship auditorium, educational and office spaces. The shell is a pre-engineered metal building framing system supported by standard concrete foundations with concrete slabs on grade.

The roof system is pre-engineered metal building standing seam for the educational half of the building and a TPO membrane roofing system for the balance of the facility.

Exterior skin is brick veneer, Nichiha siding with storefront glass and glazing systems. Interior construction consists of metal stud and drywall partitions.

Complete MEP systems are included along with infrastructure for state-of-the-art audio/visual/lighting systems.

Lifepoint Church

This new 75,000 square foot building will house a 1,500 seat worship auditorium and main gathering space, a double-height atrium, an administrative area, and a wing for classrooms and conference rooms for events. Each of the multiuse spaces will feature state of the art Audio/Visual Lighting systems.

The project is a greenfield development of a 14 acre site that will accommodate 700 parking spaces with expansion opportunities of the site and building. The site logistics will be a challenge between high tension power lines splitting the site and a public roadway extension required for access to the site.

Pontifical College Josephinum

Pope John Paul II Education Center This significant undertaking involved the third floor renovation of the Pope John Paul II Education Center to house a new priestly formation center. In so doing, 8,500 square foot of existing space was converted to provide additional housing for seminarians while adding functional space for student services, seminars and events.

Overall scope included new conference rooms, seminar rooms, offices, restrooms, multi-purpose area, and displays of historic artifacts. In addition, new mechanical and electrical systems were added as well as plumbing upgrades to the existing fire suppression system.

St. Turibius Chapel Restoration This project consisted of remodeling the existing chapel including new flooring, mural, marble alter and pedestal, plaster restoration, upgraded lighting, new furnishings, and restoration of nave pews, side chairs, frontal screens, book holders and kneels.


St. Vincent Family Center

This 21,000 square foot building addition included a two-story educational wing, 17 classrooms, board room, new playground, and school bus drop off. In addition, the project included renovations to the cafeteria, corridor and main lobby.

St. Vincent Family Center provides mental health prevention, intervention, and treatment services to children and families in Columbus and throughout the state of Ohio.

Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church

Ruscilli was commissioned to perform the concrete and steel erection for the Parish Life Center.  This 13,000 square foot, two-story recreation and classroom building is nestled in the side of a hill located west of the church.  The building contains classrooms, a parish hall, kitchen, and storage areas.

Ruscilli continued its work for the church in 2010 with the renovation of the sanctuary and a building addition. A complete new alter was included in the project. In addition, Ruscilli completed improvements to the mechanical and electrical systems.

The Presbyterian Church

This project, located in a downtown area, presented a unique challenge for Ruscilli. Creatively working with the church and its neighbors to provide minimal disruption during construction, Ruscilli was able to complete the renovation of the two-story education wing/administration offices including a new pitched roof, new exterior brick, new windows, a three level elevator, and other interior modifications. Also tying in to the existing church and education wing, a new fellowship hall, attached full service kitchen and expanded entry were constructed.

St. Andrews Catholic Church

St. Andrew Catholic Church, Upper Arlington, Ohio, called in Ruscilli to complete a new 35,000 square foot worship facility highlighted by a 70-foot tall bell tower. The church, featuring a vaulted ceiling with decorative wood beams, seats 820 parishioners. Traditional stained glass windows, protected by insulated outer glass, accent the building’s exterior. Upon completion, the former church was converted into classrooms connected to the new sanctuary by an enclosed corridor.

Immaculate Conception Catholic School

Ruscilli was selected by the Parish and Diocese to serve as general contractor for the renovation and expansion of Immaculate Conception Catholic School. This three-phased project, located in Clintonville, offered many significant challenges. For example, 1) the existing facility is located on a tight urban site, 2) the classroom renovations were completed during the summer months in time for use the following school year, 3) the additions occurred while class was in session requiring strict safety requirements for the students, and 4) public relations with the neighboring community were a major concern. This project was completed under budget and within schedule while earning praise by parishioners and neighbors.