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Pre-Engineered Facilities
Low Country Presbyterian Church - Bluffton, South Carolina
PROJECT: Low Country Presbyterian Church
LOCATION: Bluffton, South Carolina
OWNER: Charleston Atlantic Prusbytery

This 14,329 sq. ft. sanctuary with administrative offices, nursery, restrooms, and other areas was constructed utilizing a clear span pre-engineered system. It was determined by Construction Associates early in the design phase that the most cost effective way to span the sanctuary, which included an extremely high and steep roof, was to use this system. This job was a multi-million dollar negotiated contract and was completed well under budget due to the fact that we were hired in the initial conception phase and we worked as members of a team with the Architect, Owner, Engineers, and Subcontractors. Since the completion of the project, Construction Associates was asked to return and do additional work, including but not limited to a new covered drive-through. Construction Associates installed this pre-engineered building in anticipation of future modifications and additions which made it extremely cost-effective to the Church. This project was completed in May of 2000.

Central Church - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
PROJECT: Central Church
LOCATION: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
OWNER: Central Church of God
ARCHITECT: Wiggins and Associates

This new facility consisting of a fellowship hall, meeting rooms, administrative offices, nursery, classrooms, and restrooms was constructed adjoining the existing sanctuary, which was also renovated and re-roofed. The new two-story, multi-million dollar 20,274 sq. ft. addition was built using a combination of pre-engineered steel for the main body, augmented by a hybrid structural steel type system for the smaller adjoining areas. The U-shaped hybrid pre-engineered system was supplied by A&S Steel. The new addition and renovations to the existing building were finished while keeping the existing sanctuary in operation. Central Church continued all services and functions throughout the course of construction. This project was completed on schedule and under budget in January of 2007.