now as we let Knapp-Warden do their building assessment on
the supporting systems and structures. Our next meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday, March 24.
The Organ assessment will be beginning as well very shortly
and we hope to have both assessment reports done and
completed by May 1. The weekend of May 2-3 we are
planning to have Locus Architect here at FLC attending all
worship services, viewing our activities before and after
church in the Narthex and the Sunday morning classes that are
held during the 10:15 a.m. Educational Time. Locus will then
meet with the building committee and Church Staff before
they head out and return to Minneapolis.
Finally, as mentioned at the Annual meeting, a Building
Committee Suggestion Box has been placed in the Narthex at
the Information Desk along with an electronic version of the
FLC website. Feel free to drop in your ideas as they pop into
your mind over the coming months. Also, a web version of
the Annual Meeting building committee update presentation
is available on the FLC Website. Please review as this is
intended to reach out to those who could not make the annual
meeting in person.
FLC Building Committee Update
Looking ahead: 2015 will be a deciding year for FLC as we
tackle immediate church structure needs, assess our deferred
maintenance status and couple in our plans for the preprogramming
stage and eventual modifications. Stay tuned…
things are looking up!
As a monthly reminder, we continue to receive suggestions
for building improvements in the main areas of Nave, Narthex,
welcoming and outside community appeal as well as the
obvious issues of our roof and carpeting. We also are aware of
the temperature situation in the Sanctuary and even though
this particular RFP action described above is strategic-innature
for future building enhancements, we realize that the
word “building” is in our committee name and your concerns
have a path to Church leadership through us and the Church
Council. Please keep your voice engaged by talking with any
of the Committee members.
Tom Schamberger, Chair
Many are the plans in a man's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails. - Proverbs 19:21