• In choosing you to serve as our owner’s representative, we carefully considered the talents, experience, and expertise that you would bring on our behalf. You listened closely and paid attention to our needs and wants and walked us through each step of a fairly complex project. Your forward thinking, flexibility, and can-do attitude made what was at times a challenging project bearable, and in the end, very successful.
    — Jim Stanley, Executive Pastor, Traders Point Christian Church
  • I loved not being involved with the on-site construction meetings and allowing us to step out of the technical details was great. I would absolutely recommend Crossbridge to other churches.
    — Eric Carlson, Pastor of Small Groups and Finance, Harvest Bible Chapel Indy West
  • We could not have made it through our project without Crossbridge. Crossbridge was able to break down the project and help us keep on track. When the dollars got tight Crossbridge helped us come up with cost saving solutions. They also were a great mediator between the architect, builder and owner.
    — Tim Holt, Facilities Director, Connection Pointe Christian Church

We work for you to protect your interests.

An Owner's Representative, a role common in the construction industry, is a professional who works as the owner’s advisor, project manager, and source of accountability for project-related needs. This individual advocates for your priorities during design and construction. Owners are often disadvantaged when it comes to dealing with a construction project in that it is not part of their daily role. A professional Owner's Representative is versed in design, construction, and project management. Having worked on various building projects, we have the experience and expertise to protect the interests of the owner by filling this role.

Benefits you reap are clarity in decision making, ability to focus on your ministry work, expert advice focused on experience and your best interests, problem solving, experienced build team leadership, and documented project information to name a few.