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Mantel Teter takes the plunge into the realm of virtual reality.
Some are challenged to visualize what a facility will look like or what a spatial experience will feel like from looking at 2-D drawings, simple 3-D images or even computer generated fly-throughs. These computer-generated images are, in many ways, an updated version of the hand-drawn renderings of the past. Virtual reality takes the client experience during the design phase to a whole new level.
Building the right space at the right time is the ultimate goal of every church building project. Once a church has tracked attendance information over time, it can make an informed decision about the amount of space needed for ministry expansion. Armed with this hard data, you’re ready to consider what kind of space to build.
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Antioch Bible Baptist Church, located in Gladstone, Missouri, has grown and they needed more space to support their Children's Ministry. Mantel Teter designed a new 27,000 S.F. 2-story children’s building addition to accommodate their ministry needs. Two new entrances lead the way to a large Connection Space where members and first time guests can be greeted, fellowship and check their kids into the secure children’s wing. The new building, built by Pearce Construction, supports nursery, preschool and K-5th grade age groups in classrooms of various sizes and a cutting-edge children’s worship space with AVL design by Stark Raving Solutions and a capital campaign by Rusty Lewis with Generis.
Lenexa Baptist Church, located in Lenexa, Kansas, recently selected Kansas City based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The church will be evaluating space use options at their present campus and the potential for development of other campuses. "Our team is excited to be serving this church by helping them navigate the discovery process and implement solutions that meet their ministry needs.” commented Skyler Phelps, Vice President of Mantel Teter and Principal for the project.
Journey Church International, located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri has again selected Kansas City based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Fogel-Anderson Construction. After completing the construction of their Phase 1 facility in the Fall of 2016, the church has witnessed explosive growth and is ready to begin the planning process for their next phase of expansion. "Our team is so excited to be back serving this church as they grow into their master plan.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project.
Bible Christian Church, located in Garden City, Kansas, 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 has two properties divided by a city street. "We’re thrilled to be serving this church and helping them discover what their needs are, who they serve and what options they might have to maximize ministry facilities." commented Brian Rathsam, the Project Architect for the project.
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary - located in Kansas City, Missouri, recently selected Kansas City based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The seminary will be renovating existing classrooms and staff office space to better consolidate the core of the seminary campus. "Our team is excited to again be serving the seminary by helping them repurpose existing space to be even more functional for their staff and students.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project.