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St. Pauls Catholic Church Reroofing

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This historic Gothic Revival style sanctuary project consists of an evaluation of roof systems and stone walls at the roof for damage and leakage, the preparation of demolition plans, and design for a detailed roof replacement, along with the stone and all associated materials for replacement.

New Town United Methodist Church

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This 17,500 SF phase one building includes a 400-seat worship space, administration area, and extensive education area. The 60,000 SF master plan will be added over the next several years.

New Town United Methodist Church
Hickory Neck Episcopal Church

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This new 5,500 SF phase-one building includes a new worship space and support spaces, narthex, nursery, and much-needed storage.  The building is part of a master plan that can accommodate a rapidly growing church while still honoring the historic chapel.

Salvation Army Master Plan

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The master plan for a 24,000 square foot "family center" can simultaneously serve children, teen, and adult programs. A multi-use gymnasium, worship space, and classrooms are all housed within a building designed to blend with traditional Williamsburg architecture.

Lebanon Christian Church

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As an addition to Lebanon Christian Church, the new gable elements were designed to enhance the entry while appearing to be a part of the original church. The added fellowship hall compliments the original church sanctuary.

Camp Chanco Chapel

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The master plan is designed to take advantage of the expansive site overlooking the James River and includes a new inn, expansion and renovation of the existing dining hall, renovated and new sleeping cabins, and a new chapel.

Grace Episcopal Church Master Plan

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This master plan is designed to house the growing congregation of the historic Grace Episcopal Church in Yorktown. The new expansion takes advantage of the steeply sloping site with sweeping views of the York River.

Historic Grace Church Entry Ramp

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As an addition to the historical Grace Episcopal Church built in 1697, this simple, elegant ramp and stairs were required to meet the guidelines for a building on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the National Park Service, which operates the adjacent Yorktown Battlefield.

Christian Life Center

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The distinctive form of this 31,000 SF first phase building was designed to reflect the non-traditional character of this innovative, interdenominational congregation. The sanctuary was built as a first priority, with classrooms occupying the future balcony space. The next phase will complete the sanctuary and build new classrooms, along with additional fellowship and support spaces.

Warwick Memorial United Methodist Church

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The expanded facilities and celebration center in phase one of this master plan will help the church reach their goal of becoming a large, multi-cultural community church.

Warwick Memorial United Methodist Church
Warwick Memorial United Methodist Church
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church

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The 4,000 SF addition to the church’s freestanding fellowship hall building provided church offices, a narthex gathering space, support spaces, and nine new classrooms. The results were twofold: a functional, cost-effective educational wing expansion and redesign of the building to be more compatible with the church’s sanctuary building.

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church

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This church site consists of six structures, including an historical church built in 1884 and the parish hall built in 1956. The master plan analyzes all buildings on the campus and determines the potential use for existing spaces and open areas, as well as proposing new construction to meet the needs of the church over the next 20 years.

Wakefield United Methodist Church

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The building program determined the balance between remodeling/re-use of the present classroom wing, and a 6,200 SF addition to include a fellowship hall, kitchen, narthex connector and six classrooms. The new wing design was compatible with the existing building’s gothic revival style.

Wakefield United Methodist Church


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