At Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, TX (above right), children’s check-in technology isn’t a new concept. In fact before approaching Robert Fredella, CEO of Fort Worth, TX-based SUNPRO Custom Creations, the church already had more than a dozen of the company’s (aptly named) Prestonwood models up and running. “But, they were building a new children’s […]
When done right, these areas motivate, encourage, teach — and even inspire kids to draw their parents to church.
Billy Goff, CEO of Dallas-based Goff Companies, shares the 5 elements his firm’s most successful children’s spaces projects all have in common. 1) Security. This is the first and foremost priority. We like to design spaces with one way in and one way out, aside from emergency exits. The focus is on having one check-in […]
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