Places of worship carry special meaning for members, and Roger Meyer not only sees God’s handiwork in The Summit Church – he sees his own, as well. Summit Concrete worked with local contractor A.L. Huber and architect Mantel Teter on multiple aspects of construction, including foundation and slab work for the 34,500 square foot church. With costs and construction schedules in mind, the church was built with Architectural Tilt-Up construction, and multiple styles of thin brick were cast into the panels to give the exterior a modern and distinct appearance. Church visitors not only see Summit’s expertise on the outside; inside, polished concrete floors throughout common areas are a spectacular sight.