Take a virtual tour of the new Connection Center on New Psalmist Baptist Church’s campus, guided by the Interior Designer & Principal of Expressions… Of You, Ms. Teriko Epps.
Project Details: The Connection Center is a new 7,500 sf, multi-purpose center which will be primarily used for ministry and fellowship activities. This center will serve as the congregations hub for connection.
Project Update! Take a look at the NEW Connection Center on New Psalmist Baptist Church’s campus, in Baltimore MD.
This new 7,500 sf, multi-purpose center will be primarily used for ministry and fellowship activities. The project includes a large gathering and welcoming hall, administrative offices, outdoor patio, and multiple warming kitchens for event hosting.
When asked about the new facility, the owner said, “This center will be the hub for connection. It will give us the ability to do ministry in an even greater way. The opportunities are now endless. We will be able to create different environments & scenes for various activities.”
CAM Construction served as the Construction Manager on this project, delivering the new facility both on-time & within budget. Our team also assisted the owners by providing Pre-Construction & Cost Estimating services throughout the design process.
Architect: Sanders Designs
Our team has started construction on the new Connection Center, within New Psalmist Baptist Church’s Baltimore campus. This new multi-purpose center will be used for ministry and fellowship activities. We provided both Pre-Construction and Cost Estimating services throughout the design process. Click on the link to learn more about this 7,500 sf facility.
All images shown are provided by Sanders Designs Architects & planners.
The Pontiac Mills Development project is the adaptive reuse of more than 20 separate historic textile mill buildings, into a mixed-use complex. This historic redevelopment is comprised of over 50,000 sf of office/retail space and 135 residential rental apartments, along the banks of the Pawtuxet River in Warwick, RI.
Originally built in 1963, this development has been declared a Nationally Registered Historic District and is approved as a historic structure from both the State of Rhode Island and the National Park Service.
CAM performed Pre-Construction and is completing Construction Management services to this project. The final buildings are set to be complete within the upcoming months.
New Facility Includes Expanded Homeless/Transitional Shelters and Community Health Services
Click the picture above for a recap of the facility or click here for more pictures!