Congregation Beth Sholom Multi-Purpose Addition
The Congregation Beth Sholom project is a 3,500 square-foot wood frame addition to an existing building. The construction began in October of 2006 and was built through the winter of 06-07. This was a challenging job because the existing building is occupied during the week with pre-school and on weekends with services for the congregation.
Construction consisted of a new full-service kitchen, multi-purpose room, classrooms and remodeling of the existing classrooms. The boilers and roof top HVAC units were replaced with new units during construction. All classrooms were outfitted with new casework, carpet, painting and new ceilings. A new fire alarm system was installed to update the entire building as were the sprinklers. The exterior finish was updated with aluminum storefront doors and windows and new Panel-15 siding that gave the outdated building a new fresh look. A new paved fire access lane and playgrounds were added as was new landscaping.