Building a religious or community project is a rewarding experience. We meet the challenge of working with a building committee by providing them with every resource they need to make informed decisions.
Project is a renovation and restoration to a historic church in downtown Roanoke. This church was originally built in 1892.
Owner: St. John's Episcopal Church
Architect: Hughes Associate
Renovate 2400s.f. in the current existing facility and expand the space an additional 2000s.f.
Owner: Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Virginia
New Construction Retirement Community - Multi-unit independent and assisted living apartments.
Owner: Brandon Oaks
Architect: Perkins Eastman Architects
This beautiful complex set amongst the woods creates a peacful enviornment as soon as you enter the property. The unique use of angles and planes made buidling the structure both challenging and enjoyable.
Owner: St. Elias Catholic Church
Architect: SFCS - Roanoke
Often recognize as the "Green Church with the Red Door", this Church is an outstanding example of outstanding Gothic Renaissance Architecture. The construction was a highlight in the career of S. Lewis Lionberger, founder of Lionberger Construction, as he built the original sanctuary in 1949. A fellowship hall addition was added in 1976.
Owner: Christ Lutheran Church
Architect: Harold Waggoner and Associates