July 21, 2015

Molnar Jordan & Associates, Inc. has experience designing churches and worship centers from new buildings to major renovations to match our clients’ needs.

Some of these projects include:

Atlanta Unity Church (Norcross, Georgia)
Atlanta Unity Church decided to buy an existing office building and convert the structure to a place of worship. The existing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components of the building were analyzed for possible reuse. A detailed report assessing the MEP systems functionality and possibility for reuse was submitted. Once the project was underway, mechanical design included complete load calculations, unit selections, distribution design, and noise criteria design to meet the owner’s intended use. Electrical design included metering and providing panels for the new interior layout. Plumbing design included providing sanitary, water, and natural gas for the new layout.

Chatsworth First United Methodist Church
(Chatsworth, Georgia)
Chatsworth FUMC added a 10,000 square foot multi-purpose building that included classrooms, a multi-purpose room/gym, a new kitchen, and storage space. A portion of the existing building was renovated to move some existing facilities to the new addition. Mechanical design included complete load calculations, unit selections, distribution design, and noise criteria design to meet the owner’s intended use. Electrical design included metering and providing panels for the new addition. Plumbing design included providing sanitary, water, and natural gas for the new addition. The renovated portion mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components were reworked to accommodate the new space usage.

Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church
(Atlanta, Georgia)
The Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church Renovation included updating an existing kitchen, adding a fellowship hall, renovating classrooms, and updating mechanical systems. The existing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components of the building were analyzed for possible reuse. Mechanical design included load calculations for the new areas, unit selections, distribution design, and kitchen hood coordination. Modification to the existing mechanical systems to be reused in most areas was coordinated. Electrical design included panel remediation and branch circuit design for the new adapted usage. Plumbing design included providing sanitary, water, and natural gas for the new areas (kitchen) and modification for the existing facilities and equipment. The renovated portion mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components were reworked to accommodate the new space usage.

Additional Church Experience:
All Saints Episcopal Church (Atlanta, Georgia)
Bethany Presbyterian Church (Marietta, Georgia)
Briarlake Baptist Church (Decatur, Georgia)
Chamblee First United Methodist Church (Chamblee, Georgia)
East Cobb Presbyterian Office Addition (Marietta, Georgia)
East Cobb Presbyterian Gym Expansion (Marietta, Georgia)
Fayette Presbyterian Church (Fayetteville, Georgia)
First Baptist Church of Covington (Covington, Georgia)
First Congregational Church Renovations (Atlanta, Georgia)
Jamatkhana & Center (Fayetteville, Georgia)
Kingswood United Methodist Church (Dunwoody, Georgia)
Latter Day Saints (Canton, Dallas, Jonesboro, Georgia)
McKendree United Methodist Church (Lawrenceville, Georgia)
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church (Duluth, Georgia)
Slavic Christian Harvest Church (Canton, Georgia) In Progress
St. Anne’s Church (Marietta, Georgia)
St. Mary Magdalene Church (Sharpsburg, Georgia)

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