WILSON COUNTY – Round Lick Baptist Church has much to celebrate as its new educational wing is now in use. The Watertown, Tenn., congregation welcomed visitors by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony to showcase its recently completed addition. Church members and visitors celebrated the event with food, fellowship and fun, as students of all ages were able to enjoy their new and improved space to learn and grow in their faith.

J&S Construction Company, Inc. was contracted to construct a 7,100 square-foot education wing that seamlessly ties into the facility’s other two existing structures. Major components of the project required demolition of two buildings and construction of the education building that consists of 13 classrooms and two restrooms.

One of the key challenges of this project was to ensure the education wing also allowed for interior ramp and stair access between the existing Worship Building and Fellowship Hall.

The ramped access between these buildings ensures persons of all abilities are able to easily access all parts of each facility. The new addition also includes a large concrete patio which provides a welcoming outdoor gathering space for everyone to enjoy.

“I would like to express my pleasure and appreciation of J&S Construction® during the addition of our Educational Building,” said Round Lick Baptist Church’s Chairman of the Arise & Build Committee, Alex Piercey. “Everyone that we dealt with was extremely professional and courteous and kept the Building Committee informed of all aspects of the project. I would highly recommend J&S Construction to anyone who has a building project coming up.”

Founded in 1803, Round Lick Baptist Church is situated in beautiful Wilson County, and offers ministries to members of all ages. The church believes this project was a vital component to its continued growth, and J&S Construction is proud to have been a part of the team.

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