McLean, VA – Structural engineering services were provided for a 6,000 GSF addition and a 15,000 GSF renovation to an existing church. The work included a narthex addition with a new arched entry supporting a cast stone façade with a glass curtain wall above and new classroom spaces. Total estimated construction cost is $ 2.5 million.
Arlington, VA – Structural engineering services were provided for a 6,500 GSF addition and an 8,800 GSF renovation to an existing church. The work included two new stairs and an elevator, a new vestibule, a two-story tall Parrish Hall with classroom space below, a wrap around entry canopy, and a tower structure with a steeple above. Total construction cost was $ 3.5 million.
Poolesville, MD – Provided structural design and field investigation services for a 12,000 SF two-story addition to an existing historic church. A new fellowship hall and classroom are programmed for the new space. The widening of several existing masonry openings required the installation of new load transfer girders within the existing building. Total construction cost was $2.5 million.
Client: Chatelain Architects
River Road Unitarian Church
Potomac, MD – Structural design services were provided for a two-story 7,300 GSF addition and renovation to an existing church. A steel bridge was used to span and existing roadway linking the new addition to the existing building. Total construction cost was $2.4 million.
Client: MTFA Architecture
Church of the Holy Cross
Dunn Loring, VA – Structural design services and field investigation services were provided for a 10,000 SF two-story addition to an existing church. A new sanctuary framed with heavy timber was the primary feature of the project. A new narthex, elevator and administrative spaces were also provided. The widening of several existing masonry openings was required to provide access into the addition. Total construction cost was $2.0 million.
Client: Kerns Group Architects
Church of the Atonement
Silver Spring, MD – Provided structural design services for a 2,000 SF addition and a 15,000 SF renovation to an existing 3-level church building. A new narthex with an upper level AV/projection room was added to the interior of the building. An exterior elevator tower, stair tower and canopy were also provided. Total construction cost was $1.9 million.
Client: Cox, Graae + Spack Architects
1772 Church Street, NW
Washington, DC – Structural design services are currently being provided for a new 7-level, 54-unit, 53,700 GSF apartment building constructed over a concrete podium with two levels of parking below. A linked 19,000 GSF church structure will be provided at one end of the building sharing the same building footprint above the garage. The new structure will be incorporated into the facade ruin remaining from the original church sanctuary that was destroyed by fire.
Client: Hickok Cole Architects
21631 Ridgetop Circle
Sterling, VA – Structural design services were provided to perform a structural condition assessment of an existing 60,000 GSF office building which was re-purposed into a church space. Structural design and construction services were also provided. The project included designing and incorporating a truss into the second floor of the building in order to remove an existing column from the sanctuary space below.