After 25 years, the original church structure displayed signs of aging where the exterior materials had greatly compromised value. The 2004 worship center addition was in need of corrective work, as well. Cornerstone Architecture developed a design that mitigated the rising maintenance risks and resolved the most pressing parishioner issues. The goal was accomplished using complementary materials which artfully blended the original building with the newer worship center area. The end result provided a cohesive overall building appearance and minimal maintenance. Managing the project from its inception through construction completion enabled Cornerstone to keep the project on schedule and below the church’s budget.