Construction Management

By Gary Zandstra · April 24, 2018
Constructing or renovating a worship facility can and should be a joyful time. So, what are the right things to do which will help bring joy - or at least keep the peace - during a building project?

Gary Zandstra · December 20, 2017
Generally, a building project is birthed out of growth that is happening in the ministry. However, that excitement can lead to a desire to rush the process and, perhaps, a failure to take necessary time to ensure these three important things are covered.

WFM Staff · May 18, 2017
Your church facility roof is an important component in the protection of the people, investments and things you care about most.

WFM Staff · February 11, 2016
An in-depth look at emerging trends spurring growth in construction, including the house of worship market.

By Gary Zandstra · January 01, 2016
Bringing clarity to the three most popular methods of constructing a worship facility.

December 09, 2015
Current research from churches who are actively building, renovating or redesigning their facilities. Outlines current trends, successes and lessons learned.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Kirk Crossing typifies the new trend in church construction. The 35,000 -square-foot building has a 500-seat worship space. An all-glass front reveals an indoor playscape. Eight-foot doors lead into the spacious, two story lobby. A heart for the community help Kirk Crossing grow in a very contemporary way.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
The Good Shepherd Episcopal School and Parish Life Center achieved a doubling of classroom space, a new structured parking area hidden below a new playscape, a commercial kitchen, updated security, audio video and the home of the congregation during the final phase of work. Truly, a transformational change!

September 24, 2015

September 24, 2015