Religious

  • Lexington Presbyterian Church - Restoration Lexington Presbyterian Church - Restoration
    Lexington Presbyterian Church - Restoration

    Project Name
    Lexington Presbyterian Church
    Restoration

    Address
    Lexington, VA

    Architect
    Train & Partners

    Complete restoration of 1843 and 1899 historic church gutted by fire. Only remaining structure was exterior brick and wall and main floor. Work included new top of walls, roof framing, steeple, complete interior including balconies, finishes, and furnishings, new windows, doors and floors. Also included complete new mechanical/electrical/plumbing systems and related code upgrades. The sanctuary has a seating capacity of 682 people.

  • First Baptist Church - Roberts Educational Building First Baptist Church - Roberts Educational Building
    First Baptist Church - Roberts Educational Building

    Project Name
    First Baptist Church
    Roberts Educational Building

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Hughes Associates Architects

    The project consisted of demolition of a one story portion of existing education wing. The new addition is three stories of classrooms with a three story atrium attached. The building is concrete slab on grade. Walls are block with brick veneer except for the atrium portion which is block with EIFS exterior. The roof system is single-ply membrane. Site grading, drainage work, utility relocation, paving, final grading and seeding are included in this contract.

  • St. Andrew’s Catholic Church - Parish Center St. Andrew’s Catholic Church - Parish Center
    St. Andrew’s Catholic Church - Parish Center

    Project Name
    St. Andrew’s Catholic Church
    Parish Center

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Sheretz, Franklin, Crawford & Shaffner

    Construction of a two-story, 15,034 square foot parish center addition adjacent to the existing church building. Spaces include the vestibule with an elevator and connection to existing church, the Eucharistic Chapel, the Reconciliation Chapel, the Minor Worship Chapel, the Social Hall, and the Kitchen on the upper level. The lower level includes an entry vestibule, a music room and four classrooms. Also included is a crypt. Being built into a hillside adjacent to the church, the site work includes approximately 15 parking spaces, sidewalks, curb gutters, seeding, and a concrete plaza with

  • Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Renovations Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Renovations
    Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Renovations

    Project Name
    Washington & Lee University
    Lee Chapel Renovations

    Address
    Lexington, VA

    Architect
    Browne, Eichman, Dalgliesh, Gilpin & Paxton

    Extensive renovations to this historic facility included new mechanical, electrical, and security systems as well as handicap access upgrades. Alterations to the lower level allow for a new museum/visitors center.

  • Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Entrance Plaza Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Entrance Plaza
    Washington & Lee University - Lee Chapel Entrance Plaza

    Project Name
    Washington & Lee University
    Lee Chapel Entrance Plaza

    Address
    Lexington, VA

    Architect
    G. W. S. M., Inc.

    Demolition of existing parking lot and conversion into a highly visible, decorative parking area for the historic Lee Chapel and Lee Chapel museum. Improvements included a surface consisting entirely of brick pavers and substantial landscaping.

  • St. John’s Episcopal Church - Classroom & Administrative Addition St. John’s Episcopal Church - Classroom & Administrative Addition
    St. John’s Episcopal Church - Classroom & Administrative Addition

    Project Name
    St. John’s Episcopal Church
    Classroom & Administrative Addition

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Sheretz, Franklin, Crawford & Shaffner

    Construction of a 37,000 square foot, three-level classroom and administrative addition with renovations and extensive site modifications to this historic landmark. Traditional and complex architectural features along with a crowded site and poor soil bearing conditions created a challenging project requiring careful planning and execution.

  • Cave Spring United Methodist Church - Sanctuary Addition Cave Spring United Methodist Church - Sanctuary Addition
    Cave Spring United Methodist Church - Sanctuary Addition

    Project Name
    Cave Spring United Methodist Church
    Sanctuary Addition

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Kerns Group Architects

    This project included the addition of a 500-seat sanctuary with classrooms on the lower level, a new kitchen facility, and minor renovation within the existing facility. The project included a new parking lot, landscaping, and utilities.

  • Melrose Baptist Church - Education Wing Addition Melrose Baptist Church - Education Wing Addition
    Melrose Baptist Church - Education Wing Addition

    Project Name
    Melrose Baptist Church
    Education Wing Addition

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Hughes Associates Architects

    Addition of a 6,000 square foot education wing enclosing a breeze-way and 3,000 square foot administrative offices. The project included renovations of the existing sanctuary and building.

  • Bonsack Baptist Church - Sanctuary and Kitchen Addition Bonsack Baptist Church - Sanctuary and Kitchen Addition
    Bonsack Baptist Church - Sanctuary and Kitchen Addition

    Project Name
    Bonsack Baptist Church
    Sanctuary and Kitchen Addition

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Hughes Associates Architects

    Construction of a new sanctuary, kitchen and fellowship hall, and classrooms to tie in with the existing facility.

  • First Baptist Church - Sanctuary Addition First Baptist Church - Sanctuary Addition
    First Baptist Church - Sanctuary Addition

    Project Name
    First Baptist Church
    Sanctuary Addition

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Hatfield, Halcomb Architects

    Construction of a 69,000 square foot worship center with a seating capacity of 2,800 people as an addition to an existing building. This addition included space for a choir rehearsal room and administrative space for the music director. There is a complete first floor and partial second, third, and fourth floors. The specifications called for an extensive theatrical lighting and sound system in the worship center. All seating in the worship center is located on the first floor and on one balcony level. The balcony structure was designed so that only two supporting columns are visible on the first floor main seating area. This new sanctuary enhances the television broadcast of the church's services.

  • Valley Word Ministries Valley Word Ministries
    Valley Word Ministries

    Project Name
    Valley Word Ministries

    Address
    Salem, VA

    Architect
    John Abbott

    Construction of a new church and related facilities.

  • Greene Memorial United Methodist Church - Renovations

    Project Name
    Greene Memorial United Methodist Church Renovations

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Rife + Wood Architects

    This bid project consists of approximately 30,000 square feet of renovations to Greene Memorial Church's administrative and educational wing. The re-configured space includes upgraded HVAC and electrical and provides for more efficient office, classroom, kitchen, and social functions. A primary challenge involved the installation of new systems while working with extremely limited floor-to-floor heights. Daily church operations were maintained during construction.

  • Trinity Baptist Church Canopy

    Project Name
    Trinity Baptist Church Canopy

    Address
    Roanoke, VA

    Architect
    Jones & Jones Associates

    Light commercial team-build project involving the addition of a drive-under roof canopy to an existing church.