Case Study

Radiant Church

An 18,681-square-foot metal building system was built for Radiant Church. The building consists of a large sanctuary and stage for a place of worship, large lobby and coffee bar, and several classrooms.

It was designed with architectural features and functionality in mind. A pre-engineered building system was a cost-effective way to meet the design parameters of a modern worship facility. Additionally, a pre-engineered building was selected due to it being noncombustible and allows architectural design flexibility. Requirements included a large span for the worship area seating, 30-foot eave height and ability to carry suspended loads of AV equipment.

The project was a design-build project with Nett Construction Co. LLC, design-builder and erector, and Michael D. Hinton, LEED AP, an independent architect. Nett Construction erected Ceco Building Systems’ rigid metal building system. At the roofs, Nett Construction installed Ceco’s Double-Lok Roof Panels in Galvalume and Metal Sales Manufacturing Corp.’s 24-gauge Magna-Loc 90 standing seam roof system in Copper Penny.

At the walls, Nett Construction installed Ceco’s AVP metal wall panels in Tundram; Metal Sales’ T2 metal wall panels in Copper Penny; and Metal Sales’ T10D metal wall panels in Matte Black.

Article courtesy of Metal Construction News

Project Details

Radiant Church

Project Size: 18,600
Project Completion Date: 2021
Project Type: Religious
Architect: Michael D. Hinton
Installer: Nett Construction Co. LLC

General Contractor: Nett Construction Co. LLC

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