This inner city project consisted of the exterior touch up of the front facade with re-pointing of the mortar and the brick staining to enhance the look of this former bowling alley building constructed in the 1930s.
The interior work was to upgrade the sanctuary, foyer, restrooms, and hallways to current codes and greatly enhance the decorum of the entire worship area. After demolition, subsurface flooring was put down to level and strengthen the floor and prepare this surface for new carpeting. A new stage/platform was constructed with a hidden baptismal and choir loft. New suspended ceiling with special lighting, sound, and overhead projection completed the project.