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What Does a Steel Structure Worship Facility Look Like?

Clear-span construction can allow for ultimate flexibility when designing floor plans and other features for your next expansion or new worship facility. 

This structure offers clear-span construction that allows for maximum flexibility when designing floor plans and other features for your worship facility. The builder, Morton, also boasts an exclusive Energy Performer insulation package that delivers an efficient option in heating and cooling, as well as Hi-Rib steel for siding and roofing that requires virtually no maintenance.

Customers can choose their level of involvement during construction, whether it be single-source accountability for turnkey construction (not available in all areas) or customer-source accountability to provide a lower price and expanded finishing options.

Process at a glance:

  1. Secure Financing
  2. Site Selection
  3. Choose Level of Construction Involvement
  4. Prepare Plans & Project Costs
  5. Final Approval From Bank
  6. Review Plans & Sign Contracts
  7. Begin Construction

Take a look at this 10, 884 sq. ft. church facility located in Christopher, IL built for First Baptist Church of Christopher. 

Special Features:

  • Morton's Hi-Rib Steel
  • Canopy
  • Nova Brik & Steel Wainscot
  • Morton's Energy Performer Insulation Package
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