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Carolina Bank is a growing financial institute serving South Carolina’s Northeast corner.
National Community Church
National Community Church, led by Pastor Mark Batterson, partnered with Equip Studio to develop a design that conveyed their story as well as the story of our nation’s capital.
Netcast ChurchAdaptive Reuse, Churches, Interior Design, Master Planning, Renovation, Selected, Under Construction
Netcast Church, located near Boston, MA, decided to pursue a nontraditional route in regards to establishing their permanent church home.
Hope Point Church
Hope Point Church had been meeting as a mobile congregation in a local school for roughly 15 years in Spartanburg, SC. In order to provide ministry outreach to an under served community, the church acquired a former car dealership on Asheville Highway to convert into their new permanent church home.
Circuit Board Medics
Circuit Board Medics came to us after purchasing 30,000 SF of warehouse and office space.
Faced with the task of reorganizing Fellowship's site, Equip proposed demolishing an unused sanctuary to accommodate new parking and green spaces between the remaining buildings.
First Baptist Simpsonville – Downtown
With the church’s mission to improve security and simplify wayfinding within their existing kids’ spaces, Equip designed a renovation strategy that opened up some classrooms to accommodate a larger area for children and first time family check in activity.
Resurrection Church desired to freshen up their existing facility in order to transform the aesthetic from purely traditional to more contemporary.
United Community Plaza
Equip partnered with United Community Bank to create a new mixed-use development at the corner of E Main and Pine in downtown Spartanburg.
ChurchLVAdaptive Reuse, Churches, Featured, Interior Design, Master Planning, Renovation, Under Construction
Since 2004, ChurchLV has reached thousands of people from various backgrounds. Due to rapid growth and the vision to reach more people, ChurchLV acquired a 90,000 square foot K-Mart building on Sunset Boulevard to convert into their second campus.