History of Zion Church Builders
Zion Church Builders was founded in 1965 by a group of men dedicated to developing a program which would combine all necessary professional services to design and build quality structures at a reduced cost. At that time, the decision was made to limit our program to religious structures exclusively. We have worked with more than 1000 congregations in 40 different states since our beginning.
The founding fathers have moved into retirement but our company has never lost sight of the dedication and philosophy that was established.
All of our professional people work together to continue the tradition to provide our clients with the best service possible.
Now, as we have entered the 21st Century, Zion Church Builders is recognized as a leader in our field and our continued growth attests to our commitment to provide our clients with the finest Design / Build Program available. This growing experience is reflected in the thoroughness of our program from preliminary planning through construction completion.
"Has always been to provide our clients with the best professional services available."
We are grateful for this opportunity to tell you about Zion Church Builders. Should you choose us to provide you with our Design / Build Program, we pledge to commit our combined expertise and personnel in order to help you design and build your new facility.
The goal of Zion Church Builders has always been to provide our clients with the best professional services available. We are dedicated to the belief that every new church is deserving of its own original concept of design and function. This policy eliminates stock or off-the-shelf type plans which seldom provide an adequate solution to the individual needs of every church.
In projecting the full scope of our dedication and experience, we wish to state that no church is too small or too large to fit into our Design / Build Program. We have worked with groups as small as 18 and as large as 2000. The continuance of our business has been almost solely dependent upon referral by satisfied congregations of previously built facilities.