First Congressional Church of Hudson

BRINGING NEW AND OLD TOGETHER SEAMLESSLY

33,000

Square Foot Addition

20,000

Square Foot Relocation

3,800

Square Foot Renovation

PROJECT TYPE

Specialty

LOCATION

Hudson, Ohio

OWNER

First Congregational Church of Hudson

ARCHITECT

Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge Architects

First Congregational Church of Hudson

Bringing New and Old Together Seamlessly

When the First Congregational Church of Hudson needed to significantly expand their facility, they called on Welty for construction management. The project included the relocation of the historic Hudson Brick Academy, originally built in 1826, as well as demolition of an existing structure to make room for a school, kitchen, administrative offices and fellowship hall. Welty assured that the exterior and interior detail work on the new building matched the original sanctuary’s 1864 design, including unique millwork and 9-foot arch-top doors. In 2014, when the church needed their 3,800 square foot sanctuary renovated, they again called on Welty. The project included installing new state-of-the-art LED lighting, refinishing intricate pieces of the pipe organ and adding wood trim to match the architectural style of the church.

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 200
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333
1400 W. 10th Street, Suite 200
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
330.802.2260
cburns@thinkwelty.com
750 Communications Parkway
Columbus, Ohio 43214
614.802.1360
jhartman@thinkwelty.com

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