Chandlee and Sons Construction Companysigned a contract with Will Goodwin and Tim Wintemute for the remodel of the Oak Leaf Church in Canton, Georgia on March 3, 2018.
This 4,408 square foot commercial construction project began March 12 under the expert supervision of Chandlee and Sons’ Founding Partner, Jim Chandlee. RT3 Architects in Canton designed this project.
The scope of the project begins with the removal of existing walls, flooring, ceiling cover, restroom fixtures, and two furnaces and wall panels from the left side of the auditorium. Chandlee and Sons will supply and install the following: metal stud framing, drywall, rock wool insulation in partitions, framing and doors with hardware, hard ceilings in restrooms and kitchen, rough sawn wood for Café area, prefab ladder to access HVAC in ceiling, and concrete slab for two restrooms along with grab bars, toilet paper holders, paper towel dispensers, soap dishes and mirrors. Our crew will also build structural walls and a platform for the HVAC units on a mezzanine level over the new study rooms, and, install carpet and vinyl tile flooring. Finished wall surfaces will be painted and doors will be stained.
Jon Brian Contracting will build a frame 18” off the finished floor for the new stage and install the stairs with materials supplied by Chandlee and Sons. Sanitary drains, standard fixtures and plumbing work will be supplied and installed by Malone Plumbing. Hunter Heating and Air is the HVAC subcontractor. The framing and drywall will be supplied and constructed by Juarez Wallboard. Chandlee Electric is responsible for the electrical installation per the mechanical specifications. The sprinkler systems will be brought up to code by Century Fire.
The church is located at 151 E Marietta Street – their website is http://oakleafchurch.com/.