The Vancouver Temple is clad with almost 30,000 SF of pristine Branco Sienna granite and features intricate architectural detailing at the corners, windows, and doors. Constructed on the highest elevation in the Langley Township, the Vancouver Temple stands as an impressive example of the elegance and permanence achievable with natural stone. Yet the success of this beautiful edifice was dependent on the collaboration that began more than 12 months before the first stone was installed. Great care was taken during the preconstruction phase to ensure the project's stone goals would be achieved. KEPCO+ worked closely with the architects to finalize the detailing, analyzing each aspect of the project and resolving constructability concerns before fabrication began.