NCI-Roberts Construction transforms churches, private schools and nonprofits so they can better serve their missions.
We follow a process developed over decades of designing, building and remodeling hundreds of churches and nonprofits. Throughout the process, our goal is to lower up-front costs and long-term operation and maintenance costs, so you can focus your funds on your mission.
Proven to serve individual and committee-led project management and align with donation-depending funding.
We have strong relationships with both local and national architects and will help you select the one that's right for you. Together, we'll support your mission.
We’re with you every step of the way, from preliminary planning and budgeting to post-construction.
"We could not have been happier with the design and construction. NCI-Roberts has worked with a lot of churches, and they have a lot of understanding when it comes to what a church needs. They will guide you through the process each step of the way."
"We’ve always had this vision to expand and offer as many grades as possible. It’s a dream fulfilled. You guys did an amazing job with our building! It was joy to work with your excellent crew on this project! Blessings!"
"We value and appreciate our long-standing partnership with NCI-Roberts Construction. They are always there for us to meet our building needs and to help us acquire the best options possible to maximize our resources. The work they have done for our shelter is outstanding, and we could not be more pleased with the results. They have made a positive impact on our ability to achieve our mission of 'Helping People Help Animals.'"
Principal and Teacher, Lighthouse Christian School and Co-Pastor, Lighthouse Church
Lead Pastor, Fulton Church
PAM MCCLOUD SMITH
Executive Director, Dane County Humane Society
We find that the design-build or team process detailed below is an ideal approach. We also welcome the opportunity to bid on a project you already have developed.
Preliminary Design (Schematic Design)
The team is established to define and document the project requirements. We consider the church or organization's space needs, desired construction materials and “look,” and a ballpark budget.
The church or nonprofit casts the
vision and conducts a
capital campaign if necessary.
The team refines the design based on Preliminary Design
feedback and available funds,
often with input from a wider
The architect fully develops the
plans to contain all the details
and specifications the builder
needs to bid out the job and complete construction.
The builder bids out
the work to finalize the budget and construction contract.