Building Program Progress
November 1, 2016

“Final” Rendering of CoOS Multi-Purpose Building

We have approved the final design of the multi-purpose (MP) building to be erected during Phase I of the Church of Our Savior building program.  See rendering below. The design has been reworked to reflect a change in the mission of the building to that of interim primary worship space in addition to administrative and […]

October 18, 2016

Revised Elevations for Multi-Purpose Building

The leadership of Church of Our Savior has determined that our best course of action is to build our multi-purpose (MP) building in phase I instead of the Chapel.  This decision was made due to the unanticipated growth in costs driven by the current building boom in our area.  More specifically, there is a shortage […]

February 24, 2016

Rendering of Chapel and Proposed Recreation Hall and Admin Building

The accompanying image shows the image of our Chapel and 2nd Building intended to be a Fellowship Hall and Administrative Space. Approximately 6,000 total square feet, the first floor will be dedicated to the fellowship hall and warming kitchen, administrative spaces to include the pastors office. The second floor will be meeting and classroom space. […]

February 5, 2016

Floor Plans and Elevations for prospective Fellowship Hall/Admin Building

Floor Plans and Elevations for prospective Fellowship Hall/Admin Building

The architectural Team is currently reviewing floor plans and elevations proposed by our architect, Ron Scalisi. Here are some notes to accompany the images that you see above: The plans for the Fellowship Hall/Admin building represent the largest ‘footprint” that we can build and stay within our permitted space totals (35%, including paved areas and […]

February 5, 2016

Church of Our Savior acquires the final lot for our building site

On February 2nd, the Church Leadership closed on the final building lot needed for our new Chapel and prospective Fellowship Hall at 2092 Beach Boulevard. The land, acquired by exercising an option on the existing mortgage (in red on image below) held by Ed and Britt Goodson is shown in the cross-hatched area on the […]

January 15, 2016

Jax Beach Public Works agrees to relocate easement on church property

The deed to our land currently shows a 10′ wide utilities easement running generally North and South through the Eastern portion of the area in which we intend to build. The easement restricted our ability create a permanent all-weather connector between the chapel and Fellowship/Administration building, both in the design phase. As the result of […]

January 5, 2016

Updated Site Plan

Please see the adjacent updated site plan at the link below. The plan will provide the basis of the Site Development Plan submittal to the City of Jacksonville Beach and also permit requests to the water management district. The plan will go forward on or about 2 February when we close on the southern lot. […]

December 16, 2015

Request for Variance Approved by the City of Jacksonville Beach

I am pleased to report that the City of Jacksonville Beach Adjustment Board last night (Tuesday, 15 December) approved our request for a variance to allow us to be 10 Feet instead of 30 Feet from the City Driveway to the lift station. This means we can go forward with the site plan as it […]

November 21, 2015

Architectural Contract Signed with Ron Scalisi

We signed a contract with architect Ron Scalisi on 20 November to provide services through the final design, bid and construction supervision process for our new chapel. In addition, Ron will create a 30% or preliminary design for the Fellowship Hall/Administration building which will complement the new chapel design. The preliminary work will enable us […]

November 3, 2015

Variance Request, Site Development Plan, Construction Supervision Contract

On November the 3rd CoOS submitted a variance request to the City of Jacksonville Beach requesting that we be allowed to build within 10 feet of the City’s public driveway to the lift station that is contained within our lots.  We expect a ruling by December 15. Our Civil Engineer, Ed Goodson, is preparing a […]

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