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Fellowship Hall Renovation & Addition

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Project Details: The church desired to increase the size and flow of their fellowship hall and address fragmentation of spaces following 6 separate additions since the building was first constructed in the late 1800’s.  The existing space layout prevented the congregation from assembling in any space other than the sanctuary.


The project provided for over 5,000 square feet of interior renovated space and over 2,000 square feet of a separate addition.  Fully ADA compliant restrooms and access to the fellowship hall was provided, and renovated spaces included the fellowship hall, kitchen, nursery, bible-school rooms, and circulation.


Project Year: 2014


Location: Manteno, IL


Scope: Pre-Design, Design Development, Documentation, and Administration.


About the Client: The First Presbyterian Church of Manteno was founded on April 20, 1853. The original 36’ x 50’ church building was erected in 1859 at its present location of 64 S. Walnut Manteno, IL. In 1914 the prominent and well-known “Good Shepherd Window” was added as well as electricity.

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