At Plano-Coudon, we have been privileged to help religious and nonprofit organizations realize the bricks-and-mortar component of their visions.
At Helping Up Mission in Baltimore, we created 30,000 square feet of new office, assembly and lodging space in a project that involved demolition, building-facade shoring, sediment and erosion control, new masonry walls, new mechanical and electrical systems, interior architectural woodwork and extensive measures to protect adjacent, occupied buildings.
At Corpus Christi Church, a 4,000-square-foot historic landmark in Baltimore, we successfully restored historic, mosaic tile flooring and custom millwork, while keeping the church virtually dust-free through our expert use of containment tents.
At My Brother’s Keeper in the Irvington neighborhood, we created a modern dining hall, chapel, health services suite, computer room and state-of-the-art commercial kitchen.
From historic buildings and ornate worship spaces to modern meeting halls, clinics, soup kitchens and classrooms, Plano-Coudon understands the special nature of religious and nonprofit projects. We understand the challenges presented by historic buildings, the need to operate within tight budgets and the importance of delivering exceptional craftsmanship.
That knowledge enables Plano-Coudon to help religious and nonprofit organizations achieve their visions. Plano-Coudon’s attention to detail and schedule also minimizes impact to the organization’s daily operations and guarantees a high-level of respect for the integrity of the space itself.
Contact us to share your vision. We will turn it into a reality.