Northside Church in Cumming, GA decided to use a Rose modular building when they were considering their options for building additional space for a youth and teen center. The church wanted a building that would match their existing building. We were able to help them coordinate the siding material on the new building to the existing building so that their campus maintained a consistent look throughout the property. Here is the existing church building:
And here is the new modular addition by Rose Offices:
The interior of the building was just as beautiful, with lots of custom details added throughout. The main auditorium has painted sheetrock walls, black t-grid ceilings and site installed wood look laminate flooring.
The laminate flooring is a rich warm wood plank look.
In addition to the fluorescent lighting, “eyeball” spotlight type can lighting on dimmer switches was added to help the ambiance of the room during plays and drama productions.
The lobby entrance has a custom built check-in station where the youth are registered. The corrugated metal siding and interior brick wall around the reception desk gives it a nice urban industrial rustic feeling. The brick is actually constructed of Nichiha faux brick panels that are applied directly to the wall in 18″ x 72″ sheets.
Storefront glass doors give lots of natural lighting and help with the welcoming appearance inside the modular.
Interior solid core doors with glass viewblocks help with sound transfer between the auditorium and other classrooms.
Several large classrooms are included with more custom paint colors, t-grid ceilings and nice upgraded flooring.
This preschool classroom is large and bright with nine foot high ceilings which is the standard height for any Rose modular building.
ADA Handicap accessible restrooms are standard in all of our modular buildings. The custom paint color in this restroom looks great with the floors and dark trim.
This is a shining example of how modular construction can be a beautiful addition to your church campus. The Rose modular building fits in seamlessly without being unattractive or obtrusive. Northside Church was able to get all of their youth classrooms under one roof close to their main building. This setup is a great solution for anyone who needs more space for their youth group but is not able to afford an expensive stick-built church remodeling project.
If your church building is looking for a permanent structure to call home, please give us a call today to discuss your options!