The Tremont United Methodist Church renovation project involves the demolition of the original church building, expansion of the on-site parking, site utility expansions, and an addition to the existing church. The demolition of the original church, which was built in 1904, allows the addition of a new parking lot that doubles the previous amount of parking spaces. Several items from the building demolition will be salvaged during the process for reuse and future display for the church. The storm drainage system will be completely revamped to allow proper drainage of the revised site plan, and other utilities will be extended for possible future items throughout the site. The 8,500 square foot addition to the church will include a large multi-purpose room, a kitchen and pantry, an office, various storage rooms, and a second-floor mezzanine. The building addition is comprised of both a pre-engineered metal building, and a traditional wood framed building which tie together as one. The exterior of the building will match the existing church with masonry, architectural shingles, storefront windows, and metal siding. A unique arched stained-glass window from the 1904 building will be reused in the new addition as well.
Included in this church renovation project:
- Building demolition & construction
- Parking lot expansion
- Building addition
- New drainage system