The New Life Center project consisted of renovating the existing building which was built in 1968. The shelter provides not only living facilities for homeless in the Fargo/Moorhead community but also creates an environment for each of them to thrive in. The Roers team worked with New Life Center staff from the project’s conception to bring to life their dream of a facility providing much needed space and accommodations for their guests.
Roers recently completed construction of a new 58, 312 sf student housing complex on the University of Mary Bismarck campus. This three story girls dormitory consists of 69 suites with a total of 276 beds. It also has a chapel, a Residential Adviser apartment, Resident apartment for the Sisters, office and technology area with kitchen.
The Evangelical Free Church leaders came to Roers Construction with a 50% designed plan and an estimated cost of twice their budget. Roers intervened in the design process to develop value engineering proposals and scope adjustments to help the church achieve their highest priority of building a new sanctuary.
Roers recently completed construction on a design/build project for the Prairie Heights Community Church in West Fargo. The project is a new construction of 29,754 square foot building footprint. Phase I of this project contains a 745-seat auditorium, an open 2-story lobby space, a second story of 3,069 square feet utilized for High School level religious education, 9,400 SF of classroom space for Pre-K through 5th Grade, and a 6,100 square foot basement available for future classroom expansion.
In 2004, First Lutheran Church sponsored a South Fargo church plant and named it Living Waters Lutheran Church. The curved “sweeping wave” roof and “prairie” base created a signature building for this area of Fargo. Roers employed innovative building techniques such as assembling the roof structure on the ground and craning it into place in one piece.
Ave Maria Village is a senior care facility specializing in skilled rehabilitation, nursing and healing. Roers was asked to construct a chapel and garage addition to the existing facility.