Building Gods Way exclusive builderNCI-Roberts is the exclusive church builder and Christian school builder for Building God’s Way in the state of Wisconsin.

Building God’s Way is our primary partner for large-scale planning and design for churches and Christian schools. In addition to outstanding ministry-based facility design, Building God’s Way offers an array of faith-based resources, including:

Approach and cost savings

Together, NCI-Roberts Construction and Building God’s Way provide a revolutionary approach that first seeks to understand the ministry’s needs and total funding capacity, then balances those needs and budget with the highest level of functionality, innovation and aesthetics.

The process begins with the charrette, a two- to three-day planning and design event.

Our teams deliver a consistent 20 to 30 percent savings compared to typical construction methods. We do this through an aggressive stewardship-based process that focuses on lowering both up-front costs and long-term operation and maintenance costs on each facility.

Through it all, Building God’s Way, NCI-Roberts Construction and our client agree to keep God at the center of the relationship and share the love of Christ with all those involved in the project.

Learn more about Building God’s Way

Explore the Building God’s Way website for more information and church building resources.

Join Us for a Free Ministry Seminar: Grow, Fund, Build and Sustain Your Vision

Join other local ministry teams Wednesday, September 27 at Door Creek Church for a morning to recharge, hosted by NCI-Roberts and Building God’s Way.

Discover 8 critical steps to missional vitality and learn how a comprehensive ministry funding solution and sustainable business models can make a positive impact on your church’s community engagement and success.

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We also invite you to request a recording of last year’s REAL Church Buildings Seminar presented by NCI-Roberts and Building God’s Way to learn how relevant architecture and technology, economically sustainable building solutions, adaptable and flexible spaces, and links to community are making an impact.