The largest United Methodist Church in the country, and certainly one of the most elaborate, PCI has truly helped create a one-of-a-kind building. General Foreman Rick Smith led the charge to coordinate the geometrical concept the architects put on paper. With the help of several subcontractors and more than 60,000 man hours later, the vision came to fruition after just 14 months of construction.
The challenging build was completed with zero safety-related incidents.
- 596,000 square feet of drywall hung
- 422,000 square feet of drywall finish
- 4 miles of wall framing (mostly curved)
- 2,254,500 screws
- 9 miles of blocking