Mission Hills Church is a tilt-up concrete wall and steel-framed church south of Denver. The roof for the 1,700 seat sanctuary spans 168 feet and is surrounded by two and three-story classroom spaces. The unique tilt-up concrete basement walls with counterforts allow for a walk-out condition on the south side.
Transitioning from an aging metal building, this vibrant Denver area church expanded to a state-of-the-art 2600 seat worship space with 22,000 square feet of classroom space. The steel structure is clad with brick, stone, and glass with curved walls and a 150′ long water feature.
With concrete precast walls and steel roof framing, this suburban Denver church provides a large open space with lots of light from floor-to-ceiling windows in the lobby. The roof features a 45-foot cantilever that ends at a point.
This new steel-framed church boasts a high-bay sanctuary with a balcony and classroom space for a growing congregation. A large glass lobby opens to an outdoor patio featuring a beautifully painted steel trellis, which compliments the painted steel sunshade accents on the exterior.