North Royalton, Ohio


This project provided upgrades to the facilities and space required to drive the parish ministries into the future. The campus redevelopment also relieved many safety concerns with vehicles and pedestrians accessing the campus and provided upgrades to the stormwater management practices.

Saint Albert the Great Parish Campus Expansion

Environmental Design Group provided surveying services for the site topographic and boundary survey, as well as master planning, site civil design and landscape architecture services for design of the campus.

Saint Albert the Great is a thriving Catholic church and school parish that was faced with challenges, including parish offices that were not handicap accessible, unwelcoming parking areas that were difficult to navigate, and conflicting vehicular and pedestrian circulation patterns. We worked with the church’s committee to analyze the site and provide solutions for this busy and complex campus. The resulting master plan provided changes to the campus building configurations, including a new 12,000 SF parish center to meet the church’s growing ministries and reorganization of vehicular and pedestrian movements. As part of this campus expansion, there were extensive modifications to the stormwater management system which was undersized and did not adhere to current Ohio EPA and local stormwater regulations. The existing stormwater detention pond was relocated and enlarged to meet current regulations.