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  East Side Baptist Church Outreach CenterEast Side Baptist Church Outreach Center

 Architect

Guest Reddick, Architects
602 Garrison Avenue, #800, Fort Smith, AR 72901
www.guestreddick.com

General Description

Location: Fort Smith, Arkansas
Date Bid: Sep 2009 Construction Period: Sep 2009 to Jan 2011
Total Square Feet: 25,000 Site: 2 acres. Number of Buildings: One
Building Size: First floor, 25,000; total, 25,000 square feet.
Building Height: First floor, 30’; total, 30’.
Basic Construction Type: Type II B, fully sprinklered per
AFPC Vol II/New.
Foundation: Concrete piers & grade beams. Exterior Walls: Brick veneer, metal panels, cementitious panels, composite aluminum panels, curtain wall.
Roof: Modified bitumen, metal. Floors: Concrete. Interior Walls: Metal stud drywall.

Construction Team

Structural Engineer: Hathaway Engineering - 56 CR 229, Holiday Island, AR 72631
General Contractor: Crawford Construction Company - 1103 South 28th Street, Van Buren, AR 72956
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: HSA Engineering Consulting Services, Inc. - 5701 Euper Lane, #A , Fort Smith, AR 72956
Civil Engineer: Hawkins Weir Engineers - 110 South 7th Street, Van Buren, AR 72956


Recognizing a need to serve the youth of the community, East Side Baptist Church constructed a 25,000-square-foot youth outreach building to provide a safe environment for after-school activities to students as well as providing additional space for the church's existing ministry programs. The Center is located near an elementary school and a junior high school and is also adjacent to a branch of the Fort Smith Public Library. The Center was constructed on the south end of the church's property and away from the existing buildings on campus in order for the building to retain its own image, separate from the other buildings on campus.

The program called for an auditorium space to accommodate 400 people in addition to a basketball court, which can be converted to a multi-purpose space seating 200 people at tables with chairs, a 26-foot-high indoor climbing wall, full service kitchen, electronic games area, an Internet café, full service snack bar, outdoor dining area, and an administrative office area. The exterior design was chosen to provide a contrast to the existing buildings on campus. Materials include utility-sized brick veneer, composite aluminum panels, metal wall panels, curtain wall framing with tinted, low E glass, and cementitious wall panels. The interior design pallet consists of stained, polished concrete floors, painted exposed structure, bright painted colors and bold wall graphics.

Product Information
Building Envelope: Nucor Steel, Nichiha, Sioux City Brick
Roofing: Soprema, Pac-Clad by Petersen Aluminum
Entrances & Storefronts, Curtain Wall: Tubelite
Composite Panel Material: Citadel Architectural Products fabricated by Architectural Glass of Fort Smith, Ark.
Column Covers: Armetco Systems
Flooring: Patcraft, Eco-Surfaces, Polished Concrete: Mid South Painting of Fort Smith
Concrete Sealant: Retroplate
Lighting: Williams, Juno, Kirlin, Tech
 

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