DENVER, CO— Denver’s Grace Presbyterian Church, as well as Colorado Springs’ Pikes Peak Christian Church and Circle Drive Baptist Church are building new facilities to accommodate their growing congregations and chose Fransen Pittman General Contractors as their builder.
“Fransen Pittman is thrilled with the opportunity to turn our clients’ visions into reality, and provide them with worship spaces that meet their current and future growth needs,” said Fransen Pittman Co-founder and President John Pittman.
Grace Presbyterian Church is planning a 25,000sq ft new building on Santa Fe Drive in Denver to meet the needs of its expanding congregation. Semple Brown Design, P.C. is the architect. Construction start planned for mid 2011.
Circle Drive Baptist Church’s new building will be constructed on 35 acres near the intersection of Bradley and Markshuffle Road in Colorado Springs. The new sanctuary will seat approximately 800 people and provide community gathering places for church members and guests. Lee Architects is designing the facility. Construction start planned for late summer 2011.
Pikes Peak Christian Church, also in Colorado Springs, is planning a new venue that will seat up to 750 people. Construction start is planned for first quarter of 2011. Bollar Cruz is the architect and owner’s representative is Prestige Development Solutions.
About Fransen Pittman General Contractors
Fransen Pittman General Contractors is a Colorado company established in 1994, employing nearly 80 Coloradans. Company principals are John Pittman, Tim Williams and Jim Andrews. The firm is engaged exclusively in commercial and industrial construction, and work is primarily negotiated. Fransen Pittman specializes in building for end users who will occupy the completed construction space. Fransen Pittman’s long-term clients recognize the firm as providing exceptional preconstruction services, as well as a consistent commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.