Goff Companies

Rachel Dawn Hayes · August 17, 2017
Milestone Church creates an oasis for community and worship at their Keller, Texas campus relocation with a stunning new facility.

WFM Staff · October 01, 2016
Woodlake Assembly of God was a design-build 27,000 sf. new construction worship facility. The Church partnered with Goff Companies to develop and produce a phased master site plan, with a Phase I consisting of a 500 seat auditorium, children?s area, and commons space.

WFM Staff · October 01, 2016
Christ Unveiled was a step forward in meeting their growing congregation's needs. Christ Unveiled utilized Goff Companies to secure their property through Goff's real estate division.

WFM Staff · October 01, 2016
Disciple Central Community Church was a 32,000 sf. remodel / repurposing of an existing building to allow for the church's relocation. The Church partnered with Goff Companies for a design-build facility that included a 1,000 seat new auditorium, with children's and adult education spaces.

By Cathy Hutchison · August 28, 2015
Churches today are actively seeking to add relevance and functional space to both their youth and children's ministry space.

Alison Istnick · October 19, 2014
The elements of architecture are are most effectively captured by thoughtful design: placement of space and lines detailed by light.

WFM Staff · August 01, 2014
Northplace Church’s Phase I, was a significant step forward in meeting the growing congregation’s needs. Northplace partnered with Lee Architects and Goff Companies to produce a 52,000-square-foot new project. It features a state-of-the-art 1,400-seat worship center, a children’s area and a spacious commons area with 22 foot-high water feature.

WFM Staff · August 01, 2014
Village View Church partnered with Goff Companies to maximize its existing facilities. An expanded daycare has enabled greater number numbers of parishioners to participate in a single service. This, in turn, has enabled the church to reduce its number of weekend services.

WFM Staff · August 01, 2014
Northplace Church’s Phase I, was a significant step forward in meeting the growing congregation’s needs. Northplace partnered with Lee Architects and Goff Companies to produce a 52,000-square-foot new project. It features a state-of-the-art 1,400-seat worship center, a children’s area and a spacious commons area with 22 foot-high water feature.

WFM Staff · May 20, 2014
A $4.7 million contempary building and 500 seat worship center to open Spring 2015.