Fairview Baptist Church
Before moving into their new home, the Fairview Baptist church conducted services in a 40-year-old, outdated facility. The older building was neither large enough nor up-to-date enough to meet the needs of the growing congregation. Years of planning culminated in a new 149,000 sq ft, $12 million campus, with a worship center seating up to 1,500 as the focal point.
McMillan-Smith & Partners Architects, Inc.
Yeargin Potter Shackelford Construction, Inc.
Greer, SC, United States
DORMA's contribution to the project
Throughout the church, DORMA Architectural Hardware products were specified for doorways that provide access to the worship center, offices, and gathering areas such as the library and fellowship hall.
The DORMA closers, exit devices, locksets, and SKC keying system work together to ensure that these doorways are safe, secure, easy to use, and long lasting. And because DORMA offers products in a wide range of architectural finishes and trim, specifiers were able to select hardware that perfectly matched the surrounding décor.