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The Community House Presbyterian Church and Learning Center
The Community House Presbyterian Church and Learning Center is a renovation of an existing church previously used as office space. When recreating the sanctuary, Mistick paid close attention to unique historical details in order to retain the Community House Church's historical integrity and architectural appeal.
In addition, Mistick also remodeled both office and community space in an effort to help the Community House achieve it's community outreach mission. Of the project, Rev. Wayne C. Peck and project facilitator Richard St. John commended Mistick for "attention to detail" and "efforts to achieve a beautiful building, within budget constraints." They were particularly pleased by Mistick's ongoing support of the project, noting Mistick's responsiveness even after the project was finished.
In a community or church project, as with any project, Mistick aims to make the client's priorities our own. In addition to developing detailed and aesthetically beautiful buildings, we consistently work within budget and always ensure that our client's have a great experience during the process. Rev. Peck and Mr. St. John of Community House applauded Mistick for "exceptional" integrity and recognized our team as "simply good people to work with: honest, straightforward, hard-working, creative, and fun."