Westminster Presbyterian Church

Charlotte, NC

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Edifice provided construction management services for the interior renovations to the existing sanctuary along with some exterior improvements totaling 25,000 square feet. Age, water damage, and being functionally obsolete required a redesign and restoration of the sanctuary.

This project involved reversing the direction of the pew seating and turning the layout of the sanctuary 180 degrees to reduce pedestrian travel, adding a chapel, and reclaiming the previously unused narthex space – while maintaining a true reformed traditional architecture style. The work also included repairing the steeple, installing a new window system and lighting, a complete refresh of the paint and flooring and millwork.

CLIENT

Westminster Presbyterian Church

“On behalf of Westminster Presbyterian Church, I would like to thank Edifice for the work that has been done completing our sanctuary renovation project…Our project was both inspiring and challenging as we turned the sanctuary 180 degrees within an existing 1950’s structure.  This is the second time Edifice has done an exceptional job of delivering a quality product and has worked within our budget and scope to meet the requirements of the church.”  Parkes Dibble, Westminster Presbyterian Church

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WKWW Architects

 

 

 

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