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University of the Ozarks Munger Chapel

Completion Date:  April 2016
Location: Clarksville, AR
Architect:
JKJ Architects

The renovation of the 1930s chapel included a remodel of the 7,400 sf basement for a student spiritual development center; new plumbing and electrical systems were included; new catering kitchen and waterproofing; plus new theatrical lighting and sound system.  Another major addition was the 9,000 sf plaza added to the south side of the chapel, which included an amphitheater, a gas fire pit, and a labyrinth.

 

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Other Religious Building Projects

 

Immaculate Heart of Mary
Little Rock, Arkansas
Renovation 2007

Christ the King Church
Little Rock, Arkansas
2007 – Renovation third floor Family Life Building
2006 – Added Storage Facility
2004 – Renovation of first and second Family Life Building

Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church
Little Rock, Arkansas
Completed 2000
11,000 sf new construction

St. John’s Morris Hall
Little Rock, Arkansas
Major renovation
Completed 2000
(reference “Renovation Projects” for additional information)

Immaculate Conception Parish
Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion 1998
12,600 sf new construction

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Little Rock, Arkansas
Completion 1998
20,800 sf new construction

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House of Prayer

Completion Date: November 2007
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: The Cuningham Group, Minneapolis, MN

A 1,800 sf wooden structure located in a wooded area designed for meditation and prayer for people of all religions. Designed to maximize acoustics as part of the building’s purpose. The Meditation Room’s walls are rounded, stained birch-veneer and multi-layered wooden ceiling. At the ceiling’s peak, a clerestory window is set directly over a 48-inch circle of exposed earth rimmed by granite… to connect earth and sky.

Awarded ‘2008 Design Merit Award’ by Faith & Form Magazine and The Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture, the two most distinguished and well-read publications for ‘sacred architecture.’

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Cathedral of St. Andrew

Completion Date: 2007 – 2008 – 2013
Location: Little Rock, AR

The Cathedral of St. Andrew has been undergoing a restoration since 2002. The original neo-gothic design has been lost over the years. The goal was to recover these details and restore the church to its original design. East Harding assisted with the restoration of both side altars in the lower sanctuary, working in conjunction with Studio Werk, PLLC, and Norton Arts on the restoration.

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Diocese of Little Rock House of Formation

Completion Date: July 2012
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect: Odom Peckham Architecture, Inc.

East Harding was selected to construct a 6,000 sf residence for men who are discerning a vocation to the priesthood and for seminarians taking college courses in Little Rock.

The new structure includes a kitchen, meeting room/library, dining room, common area, chapel, ten student rooms with private baths and apartments for the vocations director and assistant director.

 

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Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church Phase I, II, III

PHASE III
Completion Date: 8/12/14
Location: Little Rock, AR
Architect:
Cromwell Architects/Engineers

USGBC LEED Certified Green Building Project

PHUMC brought East-Harding in for Phase III of their church campus renovation/expansion.  First on the agenda is the central Gathering Hall — a “front door” and reception area to the church.  A Sky Bridge will be added to provide easter access from the main building to other building.  Finally, an elevator is being added, again to improve access to the main building.

PHASE I and II
Completion Date: 2006 – 2007
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas
Architect: Cromwell Architect Engineers

Phase I included a new 3-level, 66,000 sf renovation and addition, providing 27 new classrooms; an indoor playroom; multi-purpose assembly hall with electronic audio-visual capabilities; 2-level parking deck with a sky-bridge connecting the buildings.

Phase II was the remodel of the main building’s first floor; renovation of the Children’s Building; and an addition to the Administration Building. An additional sky-bridge was added to connect the buildings.

Project Manager: Greg Fluger, Sr. Vice President

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