Pastors Priests Church Boards and Members

Our Companies of architecture, construction, and wholesale building materials & supplies celebrate another year of business in each category 70, 72, & 62 years respectively. It has been such a privilege and blessing to serve many of you over the years as the LORD has led us together for HIS purposes.
This is our effort to continue the tradition of customer satisfaction by asking you, “Has the LORD laid upon your hearts a vision of your Church’s Ministry that might use our services?” We consider every job the LORD brings to us important – there is none too small, nor too big – and we always give free estimates while meeting your budget, functions, and aesthetic desires as we meet to listen, suggest, and respond to your answers.

We want to provide your Church with our knowledge, experience, and expertise on any current or future building projects GOD may be leading your Church towards. We have extensive experience in Architectural Planning; Building Materials selection, pricing, & purchasing; and Construction Management and all the processes & trades through completion.

Our Companies have been blessed & privileged to serve over 550 area Churches often with several additions. Most clients understand that the difference between contractors i? a bidding situation could vary costs between 5% and 15%. However, most clients DO NOT realize that the difference between architects can vary the costs of a project from between 15% to 35%. When you have an architect who is a licensed General Contractor, Plumbing, Mechanical, & Electrical Contractor with years of continuing education, experience, and expertise, your Project is more likely to be completed on time, on budget, and with fewer conflicts between the various trades.
Often on many occasions we have been asked to come into a project after the Owner has already paid for plans and specifications which they could NOT use, either due to poor design or failure to meet budget limitations. We often try to use local sub­contractors, material suppliers, and labor when they agree to do their portion of the project for our figured costs, unless the Church agrees to pay their higher costs over and above ours. Here are the TOOLS we use to succeed where others fail.
STRAND #1: McPherson Architectural Service began in 1948, a company I acquired from my Father in 1971 and after several years, in 1982, I changed the name to E. Tom Pyle Jr. & Associates, PA (professional association or corporation). As we celebrate the end of the 70th year of business, we would like to thank a substantial
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