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Hood River, OR
This design-build project involved the construction of a new 3,584 sq. ft. church for a growing congregation in Spokane, WA. This single story modular building was designed with a “Northwest” style, featuring an architectural shingle roof, with concrete lap siding on the lower half and board and batt siding on the upper half. The church also featured a large front portico, which provided a focal point for the building and provided a much needed covered meeting area for their members. The structure also showcased oval topped, insulated, windows, to help soften the appearance and distinguish itself from the nearby homes and businesses. The interior featured an 11’ cathedral ceiling in the sanctuary, with an exposed, walnut stained glu-lam support beam, adding character to the sanctuary. The balance of the interior featured painted sheetrock walls, stained wood door sand trims, a sound rated partition wall, a full kitchen with appliances, plus offices and storage.
This new assembly building utilized a wide range of environmentally friendly, energy saving features. Some of those features include electric high efficiency pad mounted heat pumps, insulated grid windows (36 U-Value), insulated steel exterior doors, building wrapping material, motion sensors for florescent lighting, plus other automated occupancy sensors. The building also meets the new, more stringent energy requirements on insulation values (R30 floor, R21 exterior walls, and R38 roof). The construction process continues to utilize standardized building materials whenever possible, for superior efficiency and cost effectiveness, such as wood sheathing, wood decking, sheetrock interior walls, etc. Lastly, our on going recycling program achieves continued success, by limiting waste materials and reusing recycled materials (in floors, ceilings, siding, and insulation).
42′ x 60′
2520 Square Feet