Seventh Day Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: William LaFoon, AIA

Located on Patterson Avenue in Richmond, this addition includes a multipurpose dining/meeting area along with an elevator and restrooms. The design works to solve a number of handicap access issues with new accessible ramps and an elevator. The new restrooms likewise are designed for ease of access for the handicapped members and visitors.


St. Stephens Episcopal Church

Heathsville, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

This wood framed multipurpose classroom facility is a perfect match to the existing historic church. Located in the little town of Heathsville, the simple white vertical siding with Victorian touches provides new classroom space, restroom facilities, and a multipurpose room.


St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

Kilmarnok, VA

Architect: Canova Peterson, AIA

This 5,500 SF addition included a new octagon shaped sanctuary and heavy renovations to one of the existing wings of the church. The new space provided seating for approximately 224 people and a connecting portico to allow covered access throughout the completed space. We returned a few years later to complete a final renovation of the original fellowship hall.


Westhampton Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

This project included the construction of a three story elevator and stair tower addition. The elevator will serve as handicap access to the building. The addition included demolition of the existing stair tower, structural rework of the landings, plaster patching, and integrating the new finishes to existing. Matching the exterior details of the addition such as brick, cast stone, and wood windows to the existing building (built in 1914) was also required. This addition was completed in approximately 5 months.

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Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

This project included a substantial addition and renovation to the fellowship hall and classroom. This included major mechanical and electrical system additions and upgrades as well as some distinct finishes. The work had to be performed within a very confined area and a great deal of public exposure.

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Skipwith Baptist Church

Henrico, VA

Architect: Edward Fraiser, AIA

This (2) story, wood framed building with a brick veneer was built in 1983. The 9000 SF structure was an addition to the existing church and served as classroom space and as a multipurpose meeting area with a kitchen.

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Providence United Methodist

Richmond, VA

Architect: Plans provided by the Owner

This new addition to the existing church provided covered access, new restrooms, and a full kitchen with expanded dining and meeting areas. Renovations at connections to the existing sanctuary were incldued as well as new siding on much of the existing exterior facade. We worked very closely with the church to solve an overwhelming budget issued at the begining of the project.

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Church of Good Shepherd

Richmond, VA

Architect: Rick Haynie, AIA

A 1,800 SF two story addition was constructed to connect the sanctuary to the classroom building. The new addition houses handicap restrooms, an elevator, a new choir room and library. The existing two story parish hall classroom facility (5,600 SF) was totally gutted and renovated. A new heating and cooling system was installed, utilzing the existing boilers. The parish hall now houses the Good Shepherd School.

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Bon Air Methodist Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: Carneal and Johnson Architechts and Engineers

This 5800 SF free standing sanctuary included a beautiful choir and pulpit area with a remarkable stained glass panel in the exterior wall just behind the pulpit. The facility has a stepped balcony area and a barrel vaulted plaster ceiling. The project also included rework and an addition to the church's existing parking areas.

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Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Henrico, VA

Architect: Kelso & Easter

This is a 3.1 million dollar addition to an existing church in Henrico County. The work incldues a new 663 seat sanctuary and an administrative wing. The entrance to the sanctuary is through at 48' tall tower with storefront entrances and a full height free standing curtain wall system. The curtain wall is glazed in part with frosted insulated glass to form a cross, creating a dramatic entrance to the new sanctuary. Work on the church started in the spring of 2011 and was completed in early September 2012.

Moore Street Baptist Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

Located on Leigh Street in Richmond, VA, the work at Moore Street Baptist Church involved renovating three stories of the building and adding a stair tower. The project created a new dining hall and kitchen, office and meeting room spaces.

Faith Community Baptist Church

Richmond, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

Faith Community Baptist Church is located on Cool Lane in Richmond, VA. The project consisted of developing a 3.1 acre site and constructing a new 8,500 SF church.

St David’s Episcopal Church

Midlothian, VA

Architect: William Henry Harris & Associates

A 5,700 SF addition was added to the existing structure at St David’s Episcopal Church in Midlothian VA. The addition created an entrance tower to the church, ADA restroom, a fellowship hall and classrooms.