In any thriving suburban area you will notice several things about it. One will be continual growth in population. With the growth in population will be the growth of social organizations such as gyms, neighborhood associations, churches and so on. Each organization will experience their own growing pains throughout this process, whether it is not enough space, limited availability to the community or restricted access to the club. A lot of these growing pains can be dealt with in various manners and such is the case with churches. As their membership grows (hopefully according to the local populous) so does their needs for funding and facilities. Such is the case for a lot of churches in my area. They have outstretched the maximum seating capacity and needed to look at constructing a facility that will not only meet their current needs but hopefully their needs for the next twenty or so years.
Planners, engineers and accountants all need to be involved in such monumental decisions. Questions such as will a sanctuary that seats a 1000 people be sufficient for the next 15 or 20 years when the current membership total stands at 300 and growing by one percent monthly? Then of course there are the questions of exactly what kind of facilities need to be built? Will just a sanctuary do or do we also need a kitchen? A gym? More classrooms? And so on it goes. Then there are the engineering designs that need to be considered. Can a flat roof work as well as a gabled roof and will shingles do instead of a metal roof? And of course, the major player in this game is the accountant. He or she will be the ultimate determinate as to exactly what can be afforded.
All these people can be instrumental in a building project. That is why the D. R. Hartman Construction company (website) can be instrumental in working through these complex problems. They can work with the planner and the accountant to lay out a course of action and then make it happen. They can help you determine exactly what kind of structure would be suitable to your organizations needs along with the obtaining the correct permits to do so. They will finish the job right down to the last nail in the baseboard and make sure that their customers receive a courteous and friendly person to liaise with.
Should you determine that your organization cannot finance a major operation such as a new construction project, D.R. Hartman Construction company can work with you to complete a remodeling project within the facilities you now occupy to give your organization anything from a new face lift to maximizing your capacity to your advantage. DRHCI builds churches and remodels existing churches in the Bethesda, Gaithersburg & Washington, D.C. regions. Why not contact them today for a free remodeling quote and see what they can do for your organization?