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.
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Solmon Awards Compass Christian Church
Compass Christian Church consisted of a 20,000 s.f. new satellite campus. The facility incorporated a 450 seat auditorium, large commons, indoor/outdoor coffee bar, children's area, open offices and a first steps area for new guests. This facility was the first satellite campus completed by Compass Christian.
Solomon Awards Eagles View Church
The construction of Eagles View Church consisted of 15,000 and associated site work. The facility includes a 300 seat worship room, large commons, cafe, children's classrooms, youth area and administrative offices. Construction came in on time and under budget with savings returned to the church.
Solomon Awards Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
The sanctuary, at the heart of Good Shepherd’s campus, received a much needed restoration and expansion as the congregation continues to build their beloved community.
Solomon Awards Milestone Church
Milestone Church in Keller, TX consisted of an 86,000 s.f tilt wall structure with associated site work. The facility consists of a 1600 seat worship room, large commons, children's, and administrative space. A large tubes play and cafe are situated in the commons for members and guest to enjoy.
Solomon Awards Westminster Presbyterian Church
Age, water damage, and being functionally obsolete required our team to rescue, redesign, and restore this sanctuary! The final project reoriented the sanctuary to reduce pedestrian travel through other areas, added a chapel, and reclaimed the previously unused narthex space - while maintaining a true reformed traditional architecture style.
Solomon Awards: Shepherd Church
Shepherd Church has about 8,000 members spread across 4 locations in Los Angeles, they brought in Visioneering Studios to evaluate previously designed construction costs, which led to a redesign of the facility. Visioneering was able to keep the 3,500 seat worship center with LED walls, a full kitchen, and café.