Chapel Hill Bible Church
|Market:||Religious Facility Construction Projects|
|Location:||Chapel Hill, NC|
|Architect:||The Adams Group|
J.M. Thompson constructed a 85,000 square foot church facility. The building consisted of a new sanctuary, educational wing, administrative offices, meeting rooms, kitchen and dining facilities, library, assembly rooms, and mechanical/electrical rooms. It was constructed on concrete foundations with a structural steel frame, brick veneer, with metal stud walls, storefront windows and doors, and asphalt fiberglass shingles. The sanctuary was finished with a slate floor and contained a hardwood floor stage with a hidden Baptistery. Construction of a cylindrical tower allowed daylight into the sanctuary and church lobby.