Life Church is an evangelical church with 15 locations throughout five states. With a weekly attendance of 46,000, the church is listed as the second largest in the United States.
An integral part of the interior design of each location is the “wave wall” which adds color and vibrancy to the community areas. The contemporary feature has become a standard design component for new campus construction as well as a retrofit addition to existing locations.
Approximately 470 linear feet of Flex-C Arch was used for the latest installation at the Life Church in Oklahoma City, OK. Installation of the flexible arch was done by Mitchell Acoustics & Drywall, Inc., Oklahoma City. The framing contractor does work throughout the Life Church network and is a regular user of Flex-Ability Concepts products.
“Although the wave wall, as we call it, has become somewhat of a routine installation, it does evolve and adapt to best fit each particular church location,” said Tricia Mitchell, president and owner of Mitchell Acoustics. “We use conduit to outline the wave lines for client approval and then frame it with the flexible track. Our guys have become very familiar with using Flex-C Trac and Flex-C Arch. At this point, I don’t think they would know any other way to go. It’s faster and we certainly get a better outcome. It’s literally the only way to do it.”
The Flex-Ability Concepts distributor on the project was Building Specialties, Oklahoma City.