Thursday, May 29, 2014

Throwback Thursday - Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Woodstock, GA (1992)

FSF completed a new first unit facility with a 300 seat sanctuary, classroom wing, and fellowship hall for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in December of 1992.  The total area was 5,900 square feet.  There is a theological meaning to the three arches in the sanctuary.  They represent the Father, Christ our Lord, and the Holy Spirit.  The arches representing Christ our Lord and the Holy Spirit have the organ speakers housed in them, as a semblance of them speaking out to us.

Friday, May 23, 2014

FSF Foto Friday!

We celebrated an early birthday yesterday for Jeff Seeley complete with a Sarah's Doughnut Cake and Over the Hill decorations!  He is turning 50 on Memorial Day!  We all wish you a very happy birthday!

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Throwback Thursday!

Christian Life Center, Bensalem, PA 

This project was a complete relocation to a new 1,500 seat sanctuary facility that garnered an Award of Honor from the Associated Builders and Contractors.  The classroom wing allowed the church to expand their Christian school as well.  The total area was 64,000 sq. feet and was completed in November of 2000.


Thursday, May 15, 2014

Throwback Thursday - Thomasville National Bank

A new main banking facility designed in the southern plantation style to blend with the adjoining courthouse and downtown business district of Thomasville, GA.  The facility included a heart pine paneled board room.  The new building was 10,700 square feet and was completed in April 1997. #tbt #architecture

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Throwback Thursday!

Bob Foreman wanted to be an architect since he was in Junior High.  Here is the proof.  He won the Blue ribbon at the Sarasota County Fair with this scale model of a house he designed in 8th grade.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Tuesday Trivia

Heading to the Braves games this week or just commute downtown for work?  Maybe you have seen this building fa├žade inside the 5 Points Marta Station.  What building was this originally from?

Monday, May 5, 2014

Myth Buster Monday!

Cinco de Mayo is Mexico’s Independence Day.  MYTH!  Mexican Independence day is September 16th.  What Cinco de Mayo actually celebrates is a victory by the Mexicans against the French that later colonized Mexico. This occurred on the 5th of May, 1862 in the battle of Puebla, when a group of Mexicans defeated the French army.

Friday, May 2, 2014

FSF Foto Friday!

Morgan Denty found a fun and useful way to reuse brick samples from around the office.  What things have you repurposed?!