NACDB Announces Newest Certified Church Consultants

Members who achieve CCC status go through a multi-day training session covering a range of topics, including architecture, construction, project management, stewardship and facilities management.


WFM Staff  ·  February 11, 2009

The National Association of Church Design Builders (NACDB) in Arlington, Texas, has announced its newest Certified Church Consultant (CCC) members. Members who achieve CCC status go through a multi-day training session covering a range of topics, including architecture, construction, project management, stewardship and facilities management. The NACDB requires each CCC candidate to write a thesis and pass a written exam to demonstrate knowledge of creating expansion solutions in a church building scenario. Members are originally certified for a two-year period and must participate in annual refresher courses to extend certification for another two years.

New CCC members include the following:

Brian Newsome - Albion Scaccia - Full Member

John Crawford - Auburn Audio - Local/Regional Associate Member

Jim Wolch - BCRA Design - Local/Regional Associate Member

Roger Stanton - BRCA Design - Local/Regional Associate Member

James Tomlin - CharestCorp - Full Member

Martha Speakman - Church Finance Corp - Local/Regional Associate Member

Mack Phipps - Church Interiors –National Associate Member

Mark Mitchell - Derrick Cos. - Full Member

Amanda McFerren - GL Barron Co. - Founding Member Company

Dee Harris- GL Barron Co. - Founding Member Company

Scott Imhoff - Imhoff Construction - Full Member

Phil Adams - J&S Construction - Founding Member Company

Kevin Rudd - Malone Church Building - Full Member

Barb Kouba - PBS Church Visioning - Full Member

Luther Rhodes - Penzel Construction - Full Member

Jeff Packard - Richard D Poole LLC - Full Member

Jeff Ernest - Ollman Ernest Architects - Local/Regional Associate Member

For more information on the NACDB and certification, visit www.nacdb.org.

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