This project was an 11,000 sf renovation of the second floor at Virginia Western’s Brown Library. Construction was completed on time and within budget. All new HVAC and electrical were part of the renovation. Owner: Virginia Western Community College Architect: Spectrum Design Location: Roanoke, VA
Renovations at the City’s Main Library transformed a sixty year old building into a modern facility with expanded open space and bright colors. The second floor mezzanine was designed and constructed for preschool and elementary age children featuring a slide that leads to the lower level. The project also included a dedicated area for teens, expanded space for adults, and the conversion of old storage areas to …
This 44,000 square foot multi-purpose, contemporary worship facility is a gymnasium that doubles as a sanctuary. An elevated walking track surrounds the gymnasium/sanctuary. G & H Contracting is currently working with Fellowship Community on plans to expand their worship facility.
Grace Presbyterian Church opened phase one in November 2011. This pre-engineered building was designed to mask contemporary construction with a traditional worship facility.
A main street type welcome center and an 800 seat auditorium is part of this 32,000 square foot addition. The new addition offers a small cafe for visitors and members alike to meet and socialize. This team build project was completed in Spring of 2011. Owner: Fincastle Baptist Church Architect: Kinsey Shane and Associates Location: Fincastle, VA
A team build project involving a 6,000 square foot addition. The addition features a new covered entry, amphitheatre seating conference room, ADA restrooms and several new classrooms. Owner: Emmanuel Wesleyan Church Architect: Interactive Design Group Location: Roanoke, VA
This project consisted of a three-story addition featuring ADA restrooms, classrooms, and an elevator addition. Owner: Troutville Baptist Church Architect: Hughes Associates Architects & Engineers Location: Troutville, VA
This 1,100 square foot addition offers a new entrance to the existing sanctuary, more office space and the addition of two bathrooms. A new porte cochere’ was part of the construction project. Owner: Seneca Baptist Church Architect: Blue Moon Design Group Location: Elliston, VA
This sanctuary renovation to this traditional church took place on existing structure that is over 100 years old.
The 4,307 square foot new addition offers expanded nursery space as well as expanded classroom space. The scope of work included installation of a new elevator making the entire worship facility ADA accessible. Owner: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Architect: Hughes Associates Architects & Engineers Location: Salem, VA