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Building and remodeling San Antonio’s churches.

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Creating an inspirational and inviting environment

WBC Development owner Brad Clark loves his job. Every day, he appreciates the opportunity he has to make a difference in someone’s life through his work in helping to create an inviting and inspiring church environment. Brad has more than 30 years of experience in construction. Of primary importance to Brad as a church contractor is the fulfillment of church members’ desires to worship and learn in a welcoming, engaging and appealing atmosphere.

Ensuring a successful project

As a former member of his own church’s finance committee, Brad understands that careful planning, detailed budgeting, open communication and transparency in accounting are key factors in a successful church building or remodeling project. Brad assembles an experienced and professional team, then personally oversees all phases of construction to ensure that the highest level of quality is maintained. Above all, Brad has his clients’ best interests at heart, guiding decisions and acting on their behalf throughout the entire process. Learn more about WBC’s church design and building.

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“Thanks for being the best contractor we could have ever had.. you were always honest and fair and always looking out for our best interests. God’s richest blessings to you and your family!”

—Allen, Kim, Rick & Pam and Maranatha Christian Fellowship

“It is with great joy that I recommend to you Brad Clark as a contractor. Brad did an outstanding job in the renovation of Journey Fellowship in 2008. This was no small task. WBC’s task was to take the iconic Bluebonnet Palace dance hall and turn it into a venue for Christian worship. We were pleased with the final product.”

—Steven Dye, Oak Hills Church Journey Fellowship

“The bookstore looks simply outstanding. It is more inviting than ever! I can only imagine the voluminous work that went into the remodel. Thanks to each of you for the splendid job.”

—Max Lucado