The Herbert B. Chambers, Jr., Protestant Chapel was dedicated in June of 1990. The chapel, located in Boys Town, Nebraska, is designed in the English Gothic architectural style. More than 40 Gothic masonry arches span windows, doors, and hallways. But behind the random ashlar limestone are modern engineered reinforced concrete masonry walls. Instead of erecting (and stripping) forms for poured concrete walls, special, one-cell concrete block were laid, reinforced horizontally and vertically, and fully grouted. The arched openings in the concrete masonry were formed using wood templates. While carpenters constructed the roof, the exterior and interior limestone facing was installed, connected by ties to the concrete masonry backup. Then, inside the arched openings, masons installed precut limestone tracery for the stained glass Gothic and rose windows.