Stellar completes St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and Day School renovation and expansion

The project united the school campus and church campus including a 1,200-sf chapel expansion, a new 10,000-sf commons building, 7,400-sf of new covered walkways, and a drop-off pavilion.

Construction began in June 2011 for the project, which was funded by a capital c
Construction began in June 2011 for the project, which was funded by a capital campaign titled “We are One.”
May 24, 2012

Stellar, an architecture, engineering, construction and mechanical services firm, completed the renovation and expansion of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and Day School.

The project united the school campus and church campus, previously divided by Oxford Avenue, and included a 1,200-sf chapel expansion, a new 10,000-sf commons building, and 7,400-sf of new covered walkways and a drop-off pavilion. 

Construction began in June 2011 for the project, which was funded by a capital campaign titled “We are One.” The church and school remained open throughout construction, requiring a carefully orchestrated multi-phased approach. 

Stellar worked alongside the project’s architecture firm, Richard Skinner & Associates, and the owner’s representative, Cobb Clark Enterprises (CCE), providing full construction management services for the project. Stellar has extensive experience building faith-based facilities, including Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church, San Jose Episcopal Day School, Southpoint Community Church, the Jewish Community Alliance, First Baptist Church of Middleburg, Christ Episcopal Church and more. +

         
 

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