We have extensive experience working with congregations to deliver functional spaces that will stand the test of time. With a wide ranging portfolio of projects from new churches and community centers to renovated sanctuaries, offices, and day care facilities, we have become a trusted construction partner of the faith-based community.
This design/build project involved the construction of a new three-story, multipurpose addition. Replacing an existing parsonage, the new space provides the flexibility to meet the needs of a growing community and church congregation. The basement level of the addition includes a fellowship hall and kitchen. The second floor (street level) space serves as a worship center/gymnasium and also houses a café that is open to the public. The third floor serves as office space for the church administration.
Within the past 10 years, Church of the Open Door has nearly tripled the number of people who attend its services. In order to better accommodate its growing congregation and conveniently host its members who live on the east side of York County, the church selected Stewart & Tate to renovate 30,000-square-feet of space in a former industrial building.
The new space includes classrooms, offi ces, and a worship space for 400 people. The church services at this satellite location include a simulcast from the church’s main campus on the west end of York with live music on-site.
Stewart & Tate served as the design/build contractor for the construction of a new 13,500 square-foot parish activities center. The multipurpose building features a fellowship hall, pre-function lobby and offices, along with associated support and circulation areas inside and outside the building. The new center is on the campus of the existing school and is used for worship, fellowship, meetings, physical education, and sports programs. With over 3,500 families regularly visiting the campus, careful planning and coordination ensured that operations remained uninterrupted during the course of construction.
The project also involved the design of infrastructure for a future phase of work which anticipates a 6,800 square-foot addition to the proposed activities center that will contain areas for new classrooms, remedial instruction meeting rooms and a staff lounge.
Stewart & Tate served as the design/build contractor for the construction of this new 10,492 SF church. The new church includes a 200-seat sanctuary, fellowship area, classrooms, nursery, and administrative offices.
Parker Ford Church selected Stewart & Tate Construction as design/build contractor to create an attractive and economical family-life worship facility that would accomodate their current needs yet be expandable for future growth. Working closely with the project architect, we used our team construction process to combine a pre-engineered structure, attractive split face block, metal roof, classic simple geometrical lines, pleasing interior finishes, and an expandable end wall to fulfill the facility they envisioned on their new site. This new 8,836 SF, 236-seat worship space was completed on time and within budget.
This project was run with a finite budget on a compressed schedule. The work incorporates contemporary worship in the traditional space to serve both in dynamic fashion. The lighting and technology creates a worship space that is “push-button” contemporary/traditional. The coordination between each discipline including AVL/LED and electrical installation delivered this project ahead of schedule on December 18th—in time for Christmas. This project was a truly fantastic example of a team design/build project at every level.
This project consisted of a new 16,516 SF fellowship hall as well as the renovation of 5,900 SF of existing space. This was Stewart & Tate’s second project for Trinity. Interior renovations to the sanctuary consisted of remodeling the front chancel, removing and replacing complete carpet, new audio system, removing existing heating system and installing new heating and air conditioning, removing existing windows and installing new energy efficient windows, painting throughout and refinishing the existing pews and exposed wood columns.
Stewart & Tate Construction served as the design/build contractor for this new sanctuary and classroom project in Hellam, PA. The 16,638 SF project includes a new 298 seat sanctuary, welcome center, parlor, nursery, library, music & choir rooms and classrooms. The new facility was tied into the existing church building.
This project involved the construction of a new fellowship lobby addition and the sensitive reconstruction of the sanctuary which was destroyed by a fire. Selected to serve as the construction manager, Stewart & Tate worked closely with the architect and church building committee throughout the duration of construction which took place within the incredibly tight building footprint between the road and nearby cemetery.
The final result was a sancturary, beautifully reminicent of the original, and a contemporary lobby transition to the structure from a surviving section of the church.
This project consisted of a new one-story, 6,600 SF daycare addition and the renovation of the existing two-story Christian Education building. The addition houses 5 classrooms (each with their own toilet facility and storage room), a kitchen with pantry, and outdoor storage room. A two-story connecting stairway allows access to both levels of the CE Building and the mechanical equipment located in the attic space. The rooms feature themed finishes including ceiling tile imprinted with animal tracks, kites, leaves and sea shells along with brightly colored rubber tile floors to compliment the wall paint. The CE Building has two classroom/office levels, each of 2,560 square feet. The attic space houses all new HVAC equipment. The partial basement was also reworked for the new electrical equipment and water heater. The 1st floor has 2 offices, an Art Room and 2 new restrooms. Four Sunday School Rooms are on the 2nd floor along with the Computer Room. The septic system was expanded and new concrete and brick sidewalks were installed around the two buildings.
This design-build project involved the construction of a new church in Mechanicsburg, PA. The project involved a large 400-seat sanctuary with an elevated A/V control area, glass-walled entrance foyer, various clasrooms and offices, and a small group chapel area with a vaulted ceiling and accent lighting.