“The Epic Center” at Peavine Baptist Church, Rock Springs, Georgia, is a 25,000 square foot educational recreation building with a state of the art gym that handles youth programming for all of Mitchell County. Jeremy Elam, the church’s project manager said, “Gordon, your team did a great job of stretching us to design a building better than we ever imagined.”
Infinity Tax Services is located at Sugarloaf and Old Norcross in Lawrence. Owner Thompson Nguyen came to Lawrence Design Group with a unique idea for his new building.
“Mr. Lawrence listened and gave me what I wanted. Thank you.”
Dr. Kirti Shah is Gwinnett’s leading nephrologist, specializing in kidney hypertension clinics in Lawrenceville and Snellville. Below is Dr. Shah’s clinic in Snellville. Dr Shah says, “Gordon, my architect, and David Kapasi, my contractor, did a good job in designing this building on a tight footprint.”
LDG worked with owners Dr. Rekha Kesavan and Dr. Kota Venkatesh to design this 6,000 sf facility on Walther Boulevard in the medical district of Lawrenceville. Working in collaboration with the construction firm of Siebert and Son, the owners were pleased with the classic, yet functional styling of their new facility.
Across from the Coca Cola plant on Hwy 41 in Cobb County is the newest and most innovative car dealership in Atlanta. When you walk through the doors at Atlanta Autos you will immediately be entertained by the Ferraris and Lamborghinis that make this place a true showcase. Working with Steve Ellis of Pro Builders was the right choice for quality and economy.
Graystone Church of Loganville, Georgia is a 24,000 sf worship and education facility. Pastor Jonathan Howes wanted a building with a “baseball stadium” look. With a name like Graystone, it had to have a massive stone entrance. The expansive foyer and distinctive children’s area make Graystone’s building a magnet in the community.
Lawrence Design Group has been working with Father Mathew for two years on the design and implementation of the St. Alphonsa Syro-Malabar Forane Catholic Church in Loganville. The ornamentation of this design came from India. The building includes an 11,000 first floor worship space and a basement education space of 5,000 square feet. Construction will begin in 2018.