St. Susanna Parish is a multi-phase project comprised of additions, renovations and interior fit-outs to existing buildings. The projects consist of spaces for education, youth and adult activities, receptions, parish administration and worship. The Parish Offices are located in a new two-story wing and are accessible from both levels.
The Undercroft of the existing Church, which was left unfinished during initial construction was completed in the spring of 2009. The Undercroft houses two nurseries for infants and toddlers, spaces for music rehearsal, the youth ministry, meeting rooms, a resource center and storage.
The Meyer Center was converted into a multi-purpose meeting and banquet facility through the reconfiguration of interior spaces, handicap accessibility and the installation of a warming kitchen. It also houses a concession stand to serve at the events.
The Education Center is a single-story addition to the existing school, consisting of a kitchen, cafeteria, school offices and restrooms with the existing student dining area renovated as classroom spaces.
Currently in conceptual design is a proposed Day Chapel, to be constructed as an addition to the existing Parish. It will seat 100 people and will include a small sacristy and a reconciliation room.