Community project design is what R. Miller Architecture specializes in whether it's designing a place of worship, schools for our children, the store where we buy groceries, or the buildings where we work. View examples of the markets that interest you by selecting one of the project types listed below:
Flexible space was the key to designing Church In The Son. The building features a prayer tower with a 600 seat sanctuary and administrative spaces flanking on either side. The building of 33,000 square feet was built in 2 phases with the 2nd phase completed on Easter 2003.
Award for Excellence In Construction 2003
Featured in Ministry Today December 2003
Pine Castle United Methodist Church located in South Orlando is a vital and growing fellowship today that began over 100 years ago.
After unanimous approval of R. Miller Architecture, Inc.'s design for the new 1,250 seat sanctuary, the project started construction. The new 60,000 s.f. facility houses the main sanctuary, a gracious lobby, nursery, classrooms, a youth auditorium and church offices. The church held its first service Easter Sunday 2008.
2008 Winner — Building of America Award Project — Florida Region
Inspired by the great lodges of the Northwest, Bay Street Baptist Church is a welcoming building featuring stone and wood. Located in beautiful Eustis, Bay Street Baptist Church is relocating to 35 acres just outside of the downtown. R. Miller Architecture Inc. was retained to provide master planning services for the new site which incorporates a new Sanctuary for 1,000 seats, administrative offices, Sunday School rooms, and a Fellowship Hall.
Upon entering the campus a beautiful pond with water feature creates a welcoming sense of arrival. The proposed new building is design in the style of a hub of activity. Towards the north of the campus are baseball fields, playgrounds, prayer gardens, and an RV park. The project is to be complete by Winter 2009.
St. Francis of Assisi church is ideally located in a natural botanical haven in Apopka, Florida. In 1988, prior to R. Miller Architecture Robert Miller, Designer and Ron Larson, Project Architect worked together with the building committee, parish staff, and liturgical design consultant to create an inviting and beautiful church. The end result was a new church sanctuary with seating for 600 parishioners featuring a sky lit baptistery with a flowing fountain, a grotto-like structure of the Mary Wall, choir seats for 35 and other appropriate liturgical details. The former church structure was relocated and converted to the parish clubhouse and youth center adding six classrooms, a parish library, additional church offices, kitchen facilities, and the parish clubhouse.
In 1999 R. Miller Architecture was retained to provide additional master planning for a new classroom building, parish center, chapel and an outside covered fellowship area. Completed in January 2003 the Blessed Sacrament Chapel consists of approximately 15,000 square feet.
"The challenges include meeting strict church guidelines, integrating a hard surface building into a heavily wooded site, development of a design that brings nature into the facility, and dealing with a very strict municipality. An even greater challenge was designing a structure that the Parish could accept and support financially. The structure has been completed for approximately six months and has been a major success in all categories."
Raymond Bradick, Building Committee Chairman
Winner 2003 Excellence In Construction Award
Located in downtown Vero Beach, the First United Methodist Church sought to serve their growing congregation by renovating and adding to their existing campus. The design challenge was to create a Mediterranean style master plan and appropriately phase each building project. The first phase is a family life center totaling 33,000 square feet. The 3 story building provides space for a daycare, fellowship hall, kitchen, and food bank for the community. The project was completed in 1998.
New Creation Counseling & First Life Pregnancy Center
Established in 1871, The First Baptist Church of Orlando, currently has more than 14,000 members. One of the many ministries offered at First Baptist of Orlando is the Crisis Pregnancy Center which was established in 1989. This important ministry of the church has expanded dramatically over the years. In 2006, R. Miller Architecture was awarded the project to design a new 15,000 s.f. building dedicated for the exclusive purpose of a Crisis Pregnancy and Counseling Center. The design challenge was to create an attractive building that would create a sense of warmth and welcoming. The building was completed in the Spring 2008 and is located on the 140 acre campus in South Orlando.
This Seventh-day Adventist Church has been an integral part of the Florida Hospital campus since the early 1900's. Mutual growth of the church and the hospital resulted in a land exchange wherein the church relocated to one city block on Orange Avenue and the hospital acquired the previous church site for its expansion.
R. Miller Architecture was retained to provide programming and master planning services. To develop the property to its fullest potential RMA successfully appealed to the City of Orlando for planned development status for the site. The campus master plan features 90,000 square feet of facility space with a multi-purpose building, a 2,500 seat sanctuary, and an educational building to be jointly used with Florida Hospital. Due to the limited on-site parking, a cross-parking agreement was made with Florida Hospital as part of the planned development.
Construction of Phase I, a flexible use multi-purpose building, was completed in 1993. The 32,000 square foot building includes a 600 seat sanctuary, administrative offices, Sabbath-classrooms, and an unfinished third floor.
In 1997 the Florida Hospital Church called on RMA to completely build-out the third floor of the multi-purpose building. RMA designed an intimate ballroom-like fellowship space with seating for 150-200.
The design challenge at Metro Life Church was to design and construct a 1,400 seat sanctuary on a restrictive 10-acres of land fronting a major thorough-fare. The 48,000 s.f. building consists of a multi-purpose facility featuring an inviting lobby, the 1,400 seat main sanctuary, an intimate chapel, various offices and classrooms. Adjacent to the facility is an Olympic size soccer field which can be used for overflow parking. The project was completed in 1999.
"Six months into this building and we have not looked back on any area and said, we should have done it differently. The functionality, the design, and the overall appearance have served us so well. It also is a mark of the professionalism and capability of you and your team at R. Miller Architecture, Inc."
Pastor Chip Chew, Administrator Metro Life Church
Like every project University Carillon has a great story. The church was a "new church plant" seeking to serve the people at the University of Central Florida. Initially they held their church services in a movie theater. In 1991 after a rigorous interview process they hired R. Miller Architecture, Inc. to master plan their 20 acre campus and design their new sanctuary. The project was completed in 1993. Since that time 2 additional buildings have been designed by R. Miller Architecture for UCUMC — an education building and an expansion to the Sanctuary.
Fulfilling the needs of a dynamic and growing membership prompted the Downtown 'Y' to renovate and expand their existing facilities. Focusing on their mission "... to build healthy, body, mind and spirit..." the YMCA hired RMA to carefully review the existing facilities and plan for both current needs and expected continued growth. The results, a new facade, larger wellness area, renovated locker rooms, added multi-use meeting rooms, lobby, a health food cafe and offices. The renovated facility has the look and feel of a new YMCA.
"Thank you for providing architectural services for Project Horizon. You were instrumental in helping to make the dream a reality. It is beautiful! I continue to receive many positive comments."
James Ferber, President Central Florida YMCA
1996 Winner — Downtown Orlando Gold Brick Award
This established facility is bursting at the seams with new members. RMA developed a master plan, program, and various design concepts for both a renovation and an addition. Included in RMA services were the development of floor plans, several elevation studies, and artist renderings to be used as promotional materials. The newly renovated and added space provides room for a cafe, spinning classes, a free weight and nautilus area, as well as a new reception and administrative area.
In October 2001, the City of Kissimmee awarded R. Miller Architecture a contract to master plan 37 acres for recreational use. The plan features 4 softball fields with a 2 story mixed-use Parks and Recreation building at the center. The building houses the City of Kissimmee Parks and Recreation offices, 2 meeting rooms on the 2nd floor, bathrooms, lockers, showers and a concession area on the first floor. The ball fields were completed in 2004.
The site master plan incorporates a future soccer/football field, tennis, volleyball, playground and picnic areas. Due to the high water table and poor drainage of the site our design included the construction of a six acre lake which provides on site fill as well as another attractive amenity.
Since 1990 R. Miller Architecture has worked for the Florida Hospital Seventh-day Adventist Church. With the addition of land to their current campus, the client desired to build a state-of-the-art child care facility for 250 children. RMA worked closely with Florida Hospital to modify the existing hospital development of regional impact (DRI), and to provide support for negotiations regarding DOT widening of I-4 and the Light Rail planning constraints. Fronting I-4, security and noise management were key design criteria. The end result is an exciting, secure, and one-of-a-kind facility which opened in 2004.
The Forest Lake Education Center was founded in 1929 and has consistently provided a quality education to its students. In August 2006, the school building committee retained R. Miller Architecture to design an addition to the existing K-8 campus. The new education buildings total approximately 30,000 s.f. and are scheduled to begin construction in early 2008.
A landmark in downtown Maitland, the Maitland Montessori School was founded in the early 1960's. The School's mission is to provide a quality education for children ages 3 years old through 6th grade, based on the philosophies and methods developed by Dr. Maria Montessori. Maria Montessori was the first female physician in Italy who graduated from medical school in 1896, and later developed the first Montessori School.
In 1987, Adele Fondo, M. Ed. and Muriel Owens purchased the growing Maitland school and have served as co-directors ever since. Under the tutelage of Owens & Fondo the school has flourished. The co-directors are veterans of Montessori education both with extensive global teaching experience. In fact, they have educated teachers from every continent around the world.
Presently, they are providing teacher education at the Maitland School and since 1988 have trained more than 500 educators. In addition both Owens and Fondo have been correspondence lecturers through the Montessori St. Nicolas in London, England. Owens serves as a Board Member of the American Montessori Society and Fondo is a member of the Teacher Education Action Committee for the American Montessori Society.
Approximately 200 students are enrolled at their Maitland and Altamonte Springs campuses. The Maitland campus has grown substantially in number of students and currently plans are complete to begin construction this summer on a new 2 story classroom building. Bob Miller, President of R. Miller Architecture, Inc. in Winter Park designed the new facility. The co-director's vision is one that enhances the students' educational experience by providing a comfortable structure of residential scale and character.
The Maitland Montessori School promotes quality education and excellence in community service. In tandem with their daily classroom education students excel in community service projects. The list of projects completed over the years is diverse such as supporting an orphanage in Uganda, providing aid to Tsunami victims, and painting a giant alligator for the Winter Park Bank of America with proceeds to benefit the Winter Park Day Nursery.
Students who have graduated from Maitland Montessori are model citizens working in a variety of fields including physicians, engineers, attorneys, architects, scientists and more. The Montessori School is accredited with the Montessori Schools Accreditation Council as well as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The pre-school is accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
The Orlando Junior Academy is a 30 year old College Park Institution which provides educational services for children pre-K through eighth grade. The Seventh-day School has a student body of approximately 400 children. R. Miller Architecture has assisted the school board in Master Planning and Programming as well as the design for the development of the Phase I 25,000 s.f. two story building which was completed in May 2000.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the time, energy and patience that you gave in working with us at Orlando Junior Academy. We really thank you for the excellent design that you came up with for our new building. It has truly been a blessing to work with you and to get acquainted with your family."
David Mathi, Principal
Orlando Junior Academy
The School Board of Seminole County selected R. Miller Architecture to serve in the capacity of continuing services architect from 1993-1995. Project types consisted of renovation and remodeling work. Three projects were awarded during the tenure:
The RMA team was retained by Seminole County School Board to write an educational specification and provide conventional architectural/engineering services for the renovation of the Crooms School of Choice in Sanford. Services included retrofitting classrooms, and renovating the administration building, cafeteria, vocational labs, the media center, music room, and gymnasium. The total construction budget was $2.15 million. The project bid at $2.14M after alternative bids were evaluated. The project was complete in the Spring 1995.
R. Miller Architecture's objective was to provide architectural design services for classroom additions and renovation. Project scope entailed creating a campus wide master plan, facility survey and educational specification, replacing all air-conditioning and lighting, identifying and solving air quality problems, adding a new freestanding media center building of approximately 10,000 s.f. with an additional two resource rooms, and correcting site drainage problems. In addition, we renovated the entire 44,000 s.f. of building "100" to meet current design requirements. The construction budget is $3.8 million and is currently under construction.
As part of our Continuing Architectural Services agreement with Seminole County Schools R. Miller Architecture was requested to provide architectural design services to replace the covered walkways and put in a new walkway lighting system as well as improve on the site drainage. The project was complete in 1995.
Strang Communications publishes Charisma magazine, the nation's leading publication for Charismatic Christians, as well as many other specialty publications. In 1990, Strang had grown to the point that it was located in 2 neighboring communities, eight miles apart. R. Miller Architecture was hired to master plan their new site and create a unified campus, and design a new 70,000 s.f. corporate headquarters.
Strang Communications had established specific space requirements and relationships such as: a gracious open lobby, a module of open offices, related private offices, public areas, a large assembly area, and several conference rooms.
The design challenge was design the building in 2 phases without compromising the facility's functionality and aesthetics. The solution was to build phase one 27,000 s.f. which was completed in 1994. Phase II completed the award winning design for a grand total of 70,000 s.f. in December 1999.
"Thank you for all you are doing and for the professionalism that you and your staff bring to this project. I was pleased to learn that the appraiser is valuing our building at….substantially more than what we actually paid to have it built. I know that's not only due to the fact that our real estate has gone up in value, part of it is you have designed a really quality building."
Steve Strang, President Strang Communications
Merit Award 1996 & 2000, ABC Excellence in Construction
First Place, 2000 Cadalyst Magazine
Pioneers, an international missionary organization, retained R. Miller Architecture to master plan their 50-acre site on Lake Whippoorwill and design their new office headquarters in 1999.
Phase I, an office building totaling 27,100 s.f., was completed January 2000.
In 2002, Pioneers opened the Missionary Training Center which provides a conference and training room for 90 people and housing for up to 64 missionaries' home on furlough.
Currently R. Miller Architecture, Inc. is working for Pioneers to design the next phase, an addition to the offices including formal conference space, a large dining room, and additional offices. Construction is planned for the Fall 2008.
"Thank you for your continued good work on PIONEERS Headquarters Development Project. We had a good Board of Directors meeting this past weekend. Our entire Board and staff are all excited as we move forward in this project and are trusting the Lord for His supply in His time to see construction begin."
John Fletcher, Executive Director/President
R. Miller Architecture was retained by Durrant, a national architectural engineering firm based in Dubuque, Iowa to provide architectural services for the Nordstrom's Fulfillment Center. Our scope of services include providing master planning, code research, quality control and construction administration services on the new 250,000 s.f. distribution center. Future plans include adding 500,000 s.f. of additional space. Charles Perry Construction, Inc. was the builder for the project.
The weather was nearly perfect for the groundbreaking of the new 2 story 19,000 s.f. Physician's Associates Building. Mr. Barry Kalmanson, Owner & Developer of the new facility was pleased to have such a turnout which included representative Councilmen from the City of Maitland. Albu & Associates is the contractor for the new facility. R. Miller Architecture, Inc. provided architectural and engineering services.
After a highly competitive interview process in January 1999, R.Miller Architecture was selected by Albertson's to assist them in their aggressive store development program. To date we have provided design services for wall to wall renovation of several stores located in Florida, and some new stores. In addition, we have worked hand in hand with the Albertson's architects located in Boise, Idaho to provide concepts for Albertson's corporate division offices of Florida, entitlement research, design a strategic retrofit project in Pinellas Park, and provide initial designs for Albertson's fuel centers.
International evangelist and pastor Benny Hinn expanded his ministry facilities by relocating to Southern California. R. Miller Architecture designed the California television studios. The studios are a renovation of an existing warehouse that progressed in two phases. Phase I includes television studios, with a 360 seat audience taping studio, dressing rooms and administrative spaces. Phase II includes a production and audio control areas, editing bays, a tape library and an engineering studio. The real design challenge however was the acoustical component. Located near Miramar Naval Training Center jet noise was a major factor for the television studio. R. Miller Architecture teamed with Gary Siebein, President, Siebein & Associates to ensure excellent acoustics for the entire studio.
R. Miller Architecture, Inc. has completed 23 projects for Pastor Benny Hinn in Florida and California.
The design challenge for this home was to anticipate the Owner's desire to build a very large, yet gracious, home that would be capable of entertaining 200 guests, provide offices for a successful global business, and be a comfortable single family residence for a couple with young children.
The 80-acre hill top site provided wonderful vistas and a lake to the east created the opportunity for water sports. Among the required site amenities were a private golf course, a pool, and tennis courts. The client required out-buildings for the maintenance facility, a boathouse and staff housing.
Extensive interviews with the Owner enabled the clients to relate their interests, goals and unique preferences to the architect. The basic building plan presented only two floors at the primary entry. A rotunda provided a central pivot point around which the plans could be angled to better capture views and to separate formal entertainment areas from intimate family living space. The nanny's quarters were separated by covered terraces reducing the mass of the house.
A winding entrance drive leads to a 240' square plaza creating a breathtaking entry sequence. A special "his and hers" kitchen, a fitness center and a state-of-the-art theater are some of the many amenities. Winding stairs connect levels in the rotunda and continues to the third floor roof with access to a terrace for nighttime stargazing.
The clients many and varied needs were resolved in the provision of a romantic villa set in an Arcadian Florida garden.
Winner — "Favorite Mansion"
Extra TV's Mansions & Millionaires - aired October 2001
Drawing inspiration from California's architectural heritage and the early 20th Century American Arts & Crafts movement, this custom home is designed to reflect the Owner's affinity for California living. The design was developed based on conversations with the Owners who wanted a home that would be fashioned after a Greene & Greene design.
Greene & Greene Architects were founded by brothers Charles & Henry Greene in 1902 in Pasadena, California. Their legacy in residential design is characterized by a craftsman like approach to architecture. In 1952 they were recognized by the American Institute of Architects for contributing to a "new and native architecture" and are generally credited with fostering a new way of considering buildings and their furnishings as examples of artistic craft." (Reference www.usc.edu/dept/architecture) The firm Greene & Greene Architects dissolved in 1922.
This new custom home was built on a quarter acre located in the exclusive Windsong Neighborhood in Winter Park with views of Lake Berry. Windsong is a 122 acre single family neighborhood located on 3 pristine lakes in the heart of historic Winter Park.
The 2 story residence features concrete block clad with cedar shingles, natural river rock stone columns, brick sills, pergolas, and a "tree of life" hand crafted stained glass door, inspired by The Gamble House entry located in Pasadena, California.
Interior architecture features exquisite craftsmanship such as cedar beams, custom wainscoting, stair and railing detailing as well as a coffer ceiling, and craftsmen finishes throughout.
Internationally acclaimed architect Mark Nasrallah, AIA, chief architect of the Windsong Architectural Review Board noted "it's nice to finally see good architecture."
Located in the very heart of Florida, Clermont is nestled between rolling hills and picturesque lakes. The new Clermont Yacht Club is a master planned community of 266 units including both townhouses and condominium living. Designed with a touch of New England architecture, R. Miller Architecture, Inc. designed units 1-5 which offer a diversity of floor plans and amenities.
Clermont is the nation's triathlete event capital. Fronting beautiful Lake Minneola, Clermont Yacht Club is ideal for enjoying lake side events or the West Orange bicycle trail which runs adjacent to the property.
First Place, Parade of Homes Lake County 2001
R. Miller Architecture, Inc.'s first commission was to design an elegant custom home for this Florida family. The design of this 5,000 sf. Mediterranean style custom home challenged R. Miller Architecture's ability to blend the understanding of the client's lifestyle and desires. The design challenge incorporated the stringent Isleworth Design Review Board's stated purpose, "...to create a ....unique, romantic, and quality residential appearance..." The home was completed in 1991.
The project is a custom residence completed in 1972 for a local Gainesville couple. It's located at the Northwest Branch of Hogtown Creek watershed in Gainesville a serene planned neighborhood of heavily wooded oversized lots which were master planned in 1970.
The husband (an electrical engineer) and his wife (an industrial engineer) retained the Architect, Bob Miller, to develop their property, design their site and their new custom home. A noteworthy chain of events eventually led to their working relationship.
In 1970, Miller was a student pursuing his Bachelors in Architecture at the University of Florida when he was offered a substantial grant to study the Hogtown Creek Watershed by the US Department of Interior. The Watershed encompasses 20 square miles and numerous tributaries. Because, the University of Florida and Gainesville High School are located within the basin, the implications of the study were enormous.
Miller was inspired by Ian McHarg, FASLA, the "father of sustainable development" and author of the important ecological literary work "Design With Nature".
Miller's study was comprehensive. It included aerial infrared photography of the watershed, detailed drawings locating his numerous findings, and a thorough published work which eventually was his thesis project for the College of Architecture at the University of Florida.
Miller's published work became a popular topic and he was invited to present his findings at several Gainesville and Central Florida public speaking engagements. It was during one of these lectures that the student Architect was approached by the Owners who had recently purchased 38 acres located directly on the Hogtown Creek.
Impressed with Miller's knowledge of the Hogtown Creek Watershed the Owners retained him to develop a flagship neighborhood which provided for 8 spacious lots. The plan emphasized preservation of the region's ecological sensitivity.
Upon completion of the master planned community the Owners once again retained the Miller to design a custom home which would be their personal residence and the first home constructed in the neighborhood.
The design challenge was to create a contemporary and timeless home that would capture the picturesque views of the natural surroundings. The circular form, materials, and type of construction were intentionally planned with aesthetics and sustainability in mind.
The base of the home is constructed of concrete block while the upper/main floor is clad with Cypress. The height of the cypress cladding was designed to appear "at grade" given the 8 foot change in topography. The rough sawn cypress is the original material built in 1972 and remains in excellent condition today.
Natural lighting is prevalent in the design of the Gainesville residence. Floor to ceiling windows throughout the main floor create superior lighting and spectacular views of the woods and Hogtown Creek. The circular form of the home provides for efficient energy use since there are no single large flat surfaces absorbing heat. In addition, at the center of the home is a 16' square concrete core which serves as a thermal mass to facilitate energy efficiency. Consequently heating/cooling consumption is minimal.
The residence was completed in 1972. There have been 2 Owners since the home was originally built.
Pioneers is an international missionary sending organization located in South Orange County. In 1998 Pioneers hired R. Miller Architecture, Inc. to master plan their 50 acre campus located on Lake Whippoorwill. The plan is unique in that there is a lakeside prayer garden which meanders through a winding path filled with plants and artwork representative of the nations around the world. The campus features 200,000 s.f. of offices and conference space, training areas, short-term missionary housing, and a 50 room hotel. R. Miller Architecture, Inc. has completed 5 projects for Pioneers since 1998.
Providing excellent design solutions are core to the profession of architecture. In 2005, while serving as a Councilman for the City of Maitland, Mr. Miller was appointed Chairman for the Commuter Rail project. Mr. Miller developed a TOD concept for Maitland, the second largest business park in Central Florida. Mr. Miller slowly won the interest of a broad coalition of supporters for the project including Congressman John Mica, the Florida Department of Transportation, the Maitland City Council as well as the community.
John Mica, US Congressman said, "I salute Councilman Miller for his leadership on advancing innovative solutions to urban challenges. He has proven to be an effective leader, particularly as Central Florida proceeds with development of a regional commuter rail system that includes a national demonstration of new technology. The intermodal passenger rail station in Maitland proposed by Councilman Miller would serve as a keystone for economic development as well as an important regional transportation hub."
Located in the heart of a major Latino neighborhood in South Orlando, CFC, retained R. Miller Architecture, Inc. to design a 2,200 seat sanctuary. The new facility will be located adjacent to the existing Sanctuary with a featured garden and play area for the children. The project is a Design/Build effort with Corcoran Construction of Longwood as the General Contractor. The new sanctuary will be completed by the summer 2009.
Established in 1969, by the Kuck family, Regal Marine manufactures luxury sport boats, sport cruisers and sport yachts. R. Miller Architecture master planned their 50 acre campus located near the Orlando International Airport on Jetport Drive. The master plan features adding a Family Life Center to the existing one-half million square feet of manufacturing and design facilities. In 2007, Regal developed Phase I of the master plan by adding a 7-acre, 20' deep test basin. The site work was developed by Bowyer Singleton of Orlando.
The key design challenge for this growing congregation was obtaining a special exception for the master plan with Orange County Board of Zoning Adjustment. The 20 acre site located in East Orange County provides a very inviting and accessible site for the new church campus.
Located in beautiful Eustis, Bay Street Baptist Church is relocating to 35 acres just outside of the downtown. R. Miller Architecture Inc. was retained to provide master planning services for the new site which incorporates a new Sanctuary for 1,000 seats, administrative offices, Sunday School rooms, and a Fellowship Hall.
R. Miller Architecture was retained to provide master planning services. To develop the property to its fullest potential R. Miller successfully appealed to the City of Orlando for planned development status for the entire site. The campus master plan features 90,000 square feet of facility space with a multi-purpose building, a 2,500 seat sanctuary, and an educational building to be jointly used with Florida Hospital. Due to the limited on-site parking, a cross-parking agreement was made with Florida Hospital as part of the planned development.
As the nation's largest not-for-profit long-term care organization the Good Samaritan Society has several housing areas throughout Florida. The Good Samaritan Retirement Village in Kissimmee consists of 450 acres offering a diversity of housing types such as: apartments, single family residences, assisted living as well as community facilities. In 1998 R. Miller Architecture, Inc. developed a comprehensive campus wide master plan. The plan incorporates growth for the next 20 years with a comprehensive review of facility needs.
The site for the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church was established in 1962 located in Apopka on Highway 441. Rolling terrain and an existing hardwood forest called for careful site design and ecological preservation. R. Miller Architecture, Inc. was retained in 1999 to re-evaluate the site master plan and design for future expansion including a Blessed Sacrament Chapel, School, Addition to the 650 seat Sanctuary, and an outdoor fellowship area.
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