|Date Completed:||August 2017|
|Total Size:||31,000 ft.2|
|Project Highlights:||Stucco/Metal Paneling Exterior
Custom Reception Counter
The Stonegate Fellowship project is a conversion/remodel of an existing building (formally Graham Central Station) into a fully-functional church building with a lobby, worship center, sunday school rooms and more. The exterior features partial stucco and horizontal metal paneling, custom-built canopies and an outdoor concert area with painted cinderblock walls.
The interior of the building was completely gutted to allow for a clean slate. The lobby is outfitted with VCT flooring, long rounded corner walls and partial exposed ceilings. The worship center includes custom-designed carpet tile, a concrete stage, exposed ceilings and acoustical panel stage backing. The rest of the interior is set up with 16 sunday school rooms with a dedicated lobby featuring a custom reception desk and ceiling arches, 11 ADA-compliant bathrooms and a kitchen with custom cabinets and counters.
The property is finished out with installed parking lot lighting, added storage and outside-accessible bathrooms (for the concert area).