Construction is well underway for the new home of OurCalling Church in Dallas, and the church is looking forward to moving into their new facility over the coming weeks.
The new Saint Andrew Kim Catholic Church in Las Collinas is quickly progressing along and will be nearing the completion of construction soon. The church is looking forward to their first mass in their new church home, in early 2017.
Retail Ready Career Center is a 6-week HVAC training and job placement program that is expanding their current 20,000 sq ft space into an adjacent space to double their space for their quickly expanding programs. This phase includes the addition of new offices, classrooms, training labs and expanded restrooms. With a tight timeline, many trades are working constantly to meet deadlines to be ready for a the new semester in February.
The East Dallas Church of God broke ground at their new location in Rowlett on February 15, 2015. Many members of the congregation were on hand to watch the ceremony and to set the construction progress in motion. Other attendents for the ceremony were the Mayor of Rowlett, Todd Gottel, representatives of McCarthy Architecture, and the Contractor Jeff Peters. Check back for more updates as the construction progress continues on this wonderful new church.
McCarthy Architecture was founded on the principle that clear and concise communication is the most important factor in the success of our professional relationships. The design and construction process is a complex undertaking that requires a coordinated and focused effort from all participants. At all stages of a project’s evolution, from schematic design to construction administration, our customers, consultants, suppliers, and contractors require up-to-date and complete information. Project meeting minutes, cost estimates, field reports, drawings, and 3D renderings are a few of the tools that we use toward that end.
McCarthy Architecture is working closely with Firewheel Bible Fellowship to restore and improve an abandoned and unfinished structure that has long been an eyesore for their community. McCarthy Architecture used computer modeling to produce renderings and animations that assisted with the Fellowship's capitol campaign and has also allowed us to visually convey project concepts and ideas to the client so they can understand proposed spaces their relationship to the rest of the program as well as have a better idea of how the finished project will look and feel. As the Construction Documents near completion, we are preparing to break ground soon.
McCarthy Architecture was selected to assist the City of Dallas Parks and Recreation Department renovate an aging and out dated recreational facility in Ridgewood Park. The City of Dallas desired to utilize the interior space more efficiently, make the facility accessible for the entire community and bring more life into the dated 60’s era structure on a very strict bond budget.
The interior has been reprogrammed to meet the expanded requirements outlined by the City to allow for the most efficient functionality. Materials have been selected for minimal maintenance and durability in this high traffic environment. When complete, Ridgewood Recreational Center will have new offices, a workout room, classrooms, as well as a renovated meeting room, lobby, commercial grade kitchen and accessible restrooms. The addition and refinement of these amenities ensure that the community will enjoy the facility for several years.