Central Church of God

How do you find space for a media production facility in an existing church with little room to grow? Our task was to create an audio control room as well as a separate video control room for Central Church of God. The 650 square feet of space needed to have a number of changes done to make the space workable:

• Several windows had to be filled in to more completely close in and isolate the space.
• A new ceiling was installed to improve sound isolation.
• Sound-rated doors were installed.

In addition, the building’s HVAC system provided another isolation challenge.  What emerged out of two underused classrooms was a facility that supports CCOG’s media functions including their audio programming outreach as well as the live streaming of two services each Sunday.

Founded in the 1970s, the church is just a short drive from Downtown Charlotte. Its 1,600 members serve a broad ministry that includes a significant outreach with recorded music and video and audio recording of their regular services.

Russ Berger

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