January 2018

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Connecting with churches

When you work with church clients, odds are you’ll have the experience of scratching your head from time to time. The reason is because churches and church boards are not like other commercial clients, businesses or corporations.

Churches are owned and managed by people who don’t operate according to traditional business standards. It’s like church leaders, technical team leaders and their buildings are one in the same. They’re intertwined, sentient, and the mission is intensely personal. And rightly so.

Our debut issue of Church.Design leads with the feature “Landing the AVL Design Job.” It’s apropos because AEC professionals, consultants and integrators need to know what churches are thinking and what matters to them if they are to hit the mark, make a connection, and get the job.


Carol Badarraco Padgett

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