Naseakula Community Church Extension
Labasa Province, Fiji
|Client :||Eliki Tikoidraubuta|
|Current Status :||On Hold (at sketch design)|
This project consists of the extension to an existing Church Building in Naseakula Village, Fiji. The current church was built in the 1950’s and is in need of some restoration. In addition the church can currently only cater for 80-100 parishioners. There is a need to increase this capacity to 200-300 people. Along with this increase in size there is a requiement for additional ancilliary spaces such as storage for Church equipment, a waiting room for Pastors and visitors and separate washrooms for male and female parishioners.
Dr. Norman Day has made 2 trips to the island and has developed an approved design for the new church extension. The community have been able to confirm the funding for the project and therefore Dr. Day is now looking for a pro bono engineer to assist him in completing his construction drawings.
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