2014 Solomon Awards
The Worship Facilities Solomon Awards recognizes churches and their partners for excellence in facilities design, building expansion or remodeling, operation excellence, innovative use, and technical production.
Winners were announced on October 1, 2014.
View 2014 Solomon Awards Winners.
All Construction Management - New Project
Christ Lutheran Church - Construction
With membership numbers on the steady rise, Christ Lutheran Church turned to Edifice Inc. General Contractors to build a sanctuary and youth facility to provide flexibility to its ministries. The state-of-the-art sanctuary is inviting and spacious, creating an immediate sense of awe. A project of this magnitude rarely presents itself without challenges. Despite site complications and strict schedule, Edifice successfully completed this project on time and within budget.
Bethel Baptist Church Rebuildings Church after Tornado
When a catastrophic tornado ripped across Alabama, the 13-acre campus of Bethel Baptist Church was destroyed. Today, a new 54,000-square-foot building rests on the once-ravaged property and includes a sanctuary, choir loft, commercial kitchen, fellowship hall, education space, ministry headquarters, offices and bookstore and symbolizes hope to a devastated community.
Cornerstone Word of Life Church - New Building
Cornerstone Word of Life’s building embodies a new design in church construction. It includes a spacious children’s area, large gathering spaces, expansive lobby and cafe. With good planning and a budget-conscious mentality, Cornerstone Word of Life was able to achieve a beautiful building that met its needs.
Harvest Bible Chapel Indy West - New Building
Harvest Bible had been in a movie theater for three years when they called T&W Church Solutions. As explained by Harvest Bible Chapel Pastor Doug Helmer, T&W understood the goals, was willing to communicate and listen well. The result is a beautiful 23,865-square-foot facility that seats over 500 in worship.
Northplace Church - Campus Relocation
Northplace Church’s Phase I, was a significant step forward in meeting the growing congregation’s needs. Northplace partnered with Lee Architects and Goff Companies to produce a 52,000-square-foot new project. It features a state-of-the-art 1,400-seat worship center, a children’s area and a spacious commons area with 22 foot-high water feature.