Centenary United Methodist Church. The project was the rehabilitation of a historic church in downtown Winston Salem, NC. The church was originally constructed in 1930 with a significant addition in 1960. Lots of exterior work took place as well but the interior renovations were extensive and included over 37,000 sf of the approx. 100,000 sf building. All 3 floors of the 1960 addition were completely renovated. The entire 4th floor of the 1930's original building was fully reconfigured and renovated. The different colors of Milliken carpet were intended to help with wayfinding for the children's wing. One specific constraint we helped solve was when the owner wanted to create a new opening to connect the 2 adjacent buildings. They cut a corridor directly through the CMU block wall between the adjacent buildings. After the opening was created we had a major void in the substrate going over the CMU block. We also discovered that once the opening was created the subfloor heights between each building varied close to 1.5". Through the use of self-leveler and ramping patch we were able to eliminate those concerns.