Religious & Community Projects

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.

St. John's Episcopal Church Restoration and Renovation

Jefferson Street & Elm Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24002

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
Main Contact: Mike Lee

St. Mary's Catholic Church

Old Mill Road
Blacksburg, VA 24060

Construction of a new church building in Blacksburg, VA.
Owner: St. Mary's Catholic Church
Architect: RDG Planning and Design
Main Contact: Rick Littleton

Renovate 2400s.f. in the current existing facility and expand the space an additional 2000s.f.
Owner: Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Virginia
Architect:
Main Contact: David Underwood

Brandon Oaks - Independent and Assisted Living Apartments

3804 Brandon Avenue, S.W.
Roanoke, VA 24018

New Construction Retirement Community - Multi-unit independent and assisted living apartments.
Owner: Brandon Oaks
Architect: Perkins Eastman Architects
Main Contact: David Underwood

Roanoke Council of Garden Clubs

3640 Colonial Avenue SW
Roanoke, VA

New facility for the Roanoke Council of Garden Clubs.
Owner: Roanoke Council of Garden Clubs
Architect: Rife & Wood
Main Contact: David Underwood

St. Elias Catholic Church

Cove Road
Roanoke, Virginia

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
Main Contact: Main Contact

Christ Lutheran Church

Corner of Grandin Ave and Brandon Ave
Roanoke, Virginia

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
Main Contact: