Setting and adhering to a realistic target project budget is one of the most critical yet most difficult tasks for any project owner. It is often made more difficult in challenging economic times of labor and material availability uncertainty and rising...
A project scope of work, often referred to as “SOW” is an essential aspect of any design and construction project. It defines what is expected as an outcome of the project and is an essential first step in any project. Anyone who has ever planned a home...
Facilities Managers, Executive Pastors, Elder Boards, and administrative staff all share the burden of being good stewards over the building and business operations of the church. That's why it's important for them to have the knowledge and skills needed to carry out...
Last month we covered the three primary project delivery methods; Design-Bid-Build, Construction Management, & Design-Build and reviewed the advantages and disadvantages of each method considering the challenging current construction market conditions. This...
There is probably no more important decision a project owner team is faced with than what delivery method they will select for their capital project. So, what does “project delivery method” mean? Most people are familiar with the primary roles...
It’s easy to get excited about the new mixing console or video wall. But it’s the smaller details that can make or break how well your production systems support the ministry long term.
Practical advice on determining if an existing property can work for your next church building
Answers from this question asked at the CFX 2021 “Ask the Experts Panel on Technology” offer valuable insights in finding the right integrator for your needs
Design should be intentional; you should make sure it makes guests and attendees feel welcome, but are you thinking about why they feel welcome?
Finding the right people to lead a new build or remodeling project can ensure a smoother process for everyone
Two days, three streams, and an incredible line-up of leading speakers packed with sessions designed to unlock your creativity and achieve your goals
It’s important to include families and individuals with special needs in a safe and welcoming place at your church
The journey to bring this church to a place of growth has been challenging, but rewarding
Understanding how to create an interior space that is welcoming to everyone who enters your doors is crucial
Strategic investment in a space designed for a multi-cultural and multi-generational audience
Cincinnati-based production company deploys al-8 line arrays in support of contemporary Christian worship music at the Student Ministry High School and Middle School Camps in Miamisburg, OH
Integration firm Diversified provides a design and install at refurbished 600-seat worship space for The House in Ft. Worth that utilizes A-Series loudspeakers and supporting components
Church design trends change just like fashion trends change; understanding how to use your building to connect with your community is key
Advice from both an architect and a church operations pastor on how to have a successful and less stressful building upgrade
It’s important to consider the details when making your guests feel welcome