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Vineyard Church Nears Construction

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Vineyard Church, located in Kansas City, Missouri, is nearing the start of construction on their 20,000 square foot, two-story children's building. Pearce Construction is set to break ground next month!

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A New Prairie Village Pipe Organ Finds Its Voice

By Suzanne Hogan, KCUR 89.3

Getting the pipe organ Opus 22 installed and settled in its new Prairie Village home at Village Presbyterian Church was no small task.

It's a massive instrument. Standing 24 feet tall, it takes up the whole back wall of the church. It weighs 17 tons, and has 3,600 pipes inside. Some of the pipes are as tall as 16 feet, while others are just a few inches. And each pipe has been carefully voiced so it sounds just right, a process that took 40,000 hours of labor.

Mountain Lake Church Selects Architect

Mountain Lake Church - located in Cumming, Georgia, recently selected Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter to lead them through a metrics analysis, discovery and design process to update their campus master plan. The church will be renovating existing space for worship, connection, children, and other support areas. "We’re thrilled to be serving this church and helping them repurpose great existing space that will create a relevant custom tool for their ministry!" commented David Evans, the Principal for the project.

Grace Community Church Selects Architect

Grace Community Church - located in Smithville, Missouri, recently selected the design-build team of Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The church will be adding facilities to provide more space for worship, children, and connection. "It's an honor for our team to serve this church through a process that will create a relevant custom tool for their ministry!" noted David Evans, President of Mantel Teter and Principal for the project.

Fellowship of Grace Church Selects Architect

Fellowship of Grace Church - located in Parkville, Missouri, recently selected Kansas City, Missouri based Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction, to lead them through a discovery and design process for renovations and additions to their church campus. This will be the first project that MT has served this church. "Our team is so excited to be serving this church and helping navigate them along this design journey.” commented Brian Rathsam, the Project Architect for the project.

Harvest Baptist Church Selects Kansas City Architect

Harvest Baptist Church - located in Blue Springs, Missouri, recently selected Kansas City, Missouri based Mantel Teter to lead them through a metrics analysis, discovery and design process to update their campus master plan. The project is currently in schematic design and is the first project that MT has served this church. "Our team is so excited to be serving this church and helping them consider the possibilities at this site.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project. The church also selected Whiting-Turner Contracting Company to serve as their general contractor.

Platte Woods UMC Completes Construction

Platte Woods United Methodist Church, located in Platte Woods, Missouri completed construction with the design-build team of Olathe, Kansas based contractor Harmon Construction and Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter. They officially dedicated their new facilities on March 26, 2017. It's been an honor to work with Platte Woods!

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Antioch Bible Baptist Church Under Construction

Construction is underway at Antioch Bible Baptist Church. Check out the progress below.

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First Baptist Church Selects Architect

First Baptist Church - located in Kearney, Missouri, recently selected the design-build team of Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The church will be renovating existing space for worship, connection, and other support areas. "Our team is excited to be serving this church and helping them repurpose great existing space to be even more relevant for their ministries.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project.