St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
This 18,500 sq.ft., 1,500 seat sanctuary was designed for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth. The facility consists of large open trusses with a pine laminated roof deck. Mechanical systems were specially designed for noise reduction and for an expansive air distribution pattern within the sanctuary.
St. John Episcopal Church
This 4,000 sq.ft., 2-story educational facility was constructed to replace an existing Lower School building built in 1962 and church offices that were added in 1974. In addition to replacing the aging classrooms, the new facility provides completely new functions such as a 3,800 sq.ft. half-court gymnasium and a 3,200 sq.ft. performance theater for music and drama classes
St. Ann’s Catholic Church
This 38,000 sq. ft. church consists of a 1,200 seat sanctuary with 12,000 sq. ft. of supporting offices and classrooms. The facility was designed with marble floors, imported from Mexico, and plaster walls to resemble an authentic Spanish Mission.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
This 34,000 sq. ft., 500-seat church consists of a 2,500 sq. ft. Parish Hall, a 65-seat choir practice room and a 650 sq. ft. full service kitchen. A 26,000 sq. ft. remodel of administration offices, education rooms and children’s chapel was completed adjacent to the new church.
Prestonwood Baptist Church
This 138-acre campus consists of a 156,000 sq. ft. Worship Center, with seating for approximately 7,500 people, a 100,000 sq. ft. Educational Building, a 50,000 sq. ft. Family Life Center, and a 5,000 sq. ft. TV/radio studio. The sanctuary’s air systems are designed with slot diffusers providing a concealed approach to air distribution.
Northwood Church Worship Center Expansion and Education
This 35,000 SF addition includes a 2,000 seat Worship/Auditorium space, Nursery Expansion, Lobby and Restrooms, and Back-of-House support and storage. Two (2) 175-ton grade mounted, air-cooled screw chillers provide chilled water to four (4) VAV air handling units. AHU-1 & AHU-2 (25,000 CFM each) are dedicated to the worship center and provide low pressure air via a loop-feed duct system. AHU-3 (12,500 CFM) is dedicated for the back-of-house and support areas via a medium-pressure duct distribution system supplying parallel flow fan powered boxes with electric heat. AHU-4 (25,00) CFM) is dedicated to the front lobby and hospitality area via a low pressure, variable volume, duct system.
Lake Pointe Baptist Church Student Center
This 44,000 sq. ft., 2 floor youth recreation and events facility includes an 800-seat concert hall, classrooms, youth ministry offices, cafe, game room and indoor basketball courts.
Heights Baptist Church
This 111,000 sq.ft. Worship Center Complex included a 2,520-seat Sanctuary, Choir Rehearsal Room and a 3-story atrium that can accommodate up to 300 people for banquets or receptions. The Choir Rehearsal room is designed as an amphitheater that will seat 150 people and will also be used for training, conferences and large meetings. Renovation to the existing church buildings included a 14,000 sq.ft. second floor added to the existing Worship Center. The additional space includes a 4,900 sq.ft. Chapel, six classrooms and two offices. Renovated areas also included the conversion of 7,800 sq.ft. of existing basement into a Youth Assembly Area.
First United Methodist Church – Phase 1
Phase 1 includes a 43,000 sq.ft. Sanctuary, a two-story, 47,000 sq.ft. Education Building and a 36,000 sq.ft. Family Life Center. The Sanctuary seats 1,300 people and is designed around a large Chancel Area. The Education Building includes a nursery and child care, preschool and kindergarten area, while the upper levels has programs for older children and adult classrooms. The Family Life Center includes offices for the clergy, administrative personnel and the library. Additionally, it has a gymnasium with a raised stage that provides seating for 700 people for worship or performance.
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