Zion Lutheran Church

The multi-phased Zion Lutheran Church renovations were completed while the facility was fully functioning and operational. This project included site demolition of existing pavilions and covered walkways to facilitate the construction of a 16,634 square foot, two-story education building that included administrative offices and the finish out of an existing gazebo that was the center point of linking the new education building to the existing administrative building. Selective demolition of the existing 10,280 square foot administrative building was performed to allow for interior renovations which included a complete restroom remodel to comply with ADA requirements. The 12,415 square foot sanctuary was completely renovated. The renovation included the installation of wet and dry pipe sprinkler systems, new plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems. New high-end, ornate chancel and pipe chambers were constructed along with state-of-the-art sound system to enhance the church’s new pipe organ. Existing stained-glass windows were removed, rebuilt and reinstalled. The project included the remodel of the sacristy, narthex, music rehearsal and balcony.  Sitework included new utilities to support the additions and renovations along with parking lot and complete irrigation and landscaping. Design by Alamo Architects.

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