Stevens Construction begins Sanibel Community Church

Stevens Construction is renovating and repairing Sanibel Community Church, located at 1740 Periwinkle Way on Sanibel Island, announced Dan Adams, executive vice president/partner, Stevens Construction, Inc.

Serving Sanibel residents and guests since 1914, Sanibel Community Church was heavily damaged in Hurricane Ian. Stevens Construction is completing renovations in multiple phases, allowing them to continue serving the community.

Slated for completion in late summer, the renovation of the church’s education center includes new classrooms with folding partitions, full kitchen, casework and restrooms. In the fellowship hall, Stevens Construction is building a new stage highlighted by decorative wood trusses situated in an open web design. Both areas are also receiving new windows, interior finishes, electric and air conditioning. The renovation of the sanctuary includes a new entry, lobby, vestibule, conference room and sound booth upgrades. Stevens Construction is also renovating and repairing the oldest structure on the campus, the historical chapel, which includes new pine walls, carpeting, sound booth and trim around the existing stain glass. New gutters, down spouts, paint and landscaping are being provided to the entire campus.

The Stevens Construction team includes Project Managers Mike Alisea and Gio Cardet, Superintendent Gary Tipton and Project Administrator Kelsey Pojafsky. The project is designed by Parker/Mudgett/Smith Architects.