The list of local artisans who built the chapel is impressive. A labor of love, the Chapel took nine months to complete. James Hubbell assembled a team of professionals to realize his design. Presented with a design model and sketches, Thamby Kumaran, a local contractor who specialized in hand-crafted structures, led the construction team of local artisans and craftsmen.
The coordinating architect was Don Jacobs. Tim Carpenter, Brian Smith, Bruce Johnson, and Tim McMurtry, local carpenters, were intimately involved with the one of a kind construction of the chapel. Dennis Roderick was the stone mason and Fritz Hagist fabricated the spire. Built without construction plans, a model was used to focus the work. Other professionals involved included Daniel Cole, structural engineer, Don McAdams and Brelji & Race, civil engineers, and Frank Berlogar, a geotechnical soils engineer.