Metal Church Building in Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., was pleased to fabricate and supply this pre-constructed metal church building on behalf of New Life United Pentecostal Church in Broken Bow Oklahoma.
Currently, the building is in use as the congregational meeting building of the church and it sits directly across the alley from the church’s main brick sanctuary, constructed in 1976. Attractive and multifunctional, the building is an integral part of the surrounding community, as parishioners and community member use it for a wide range of functions and purposes. Serving as children & teen activities, special services, including weddings, garage sales, holiday get-togethers and more.
The Bible Belt & Broken Bow
Often preferred among congregations and religious groups seeking long-lasting, low-maintenance places to come together and worship, prefabricated steel churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious buildings offer affordable, easy-to-erect construction solutions for buyers with limited budgets.
Highly customizable when it comes to ceiling height, roof type, insulation, acoustics, exterior features and more, metal churches and religious buildings often boast choir rooms, gymnasiums, children’s school areas, sanctuaries and similar common elements. This particular metal church building has been a fixture in the surrounding community for years, providing parishioners and others in the area a comfortable, all-season place to attend religious services or other gatherings.
Sanctuaries, Synagogues & Sunward Steel
Broken Bow is a small city in southeastern Oklahoma. It’s a gateway to Beavers Bend State Park, home to black bears, bald eagles and pine forest trails. The average summer temperature is 80 degrees and they receive over 50 inches of rainfall a year which means the forests are green and the streams, rivers and lakes are full & why Sunwards exclusive canopy/roof Siphon Groove Technology is imperative for a dry building.
Constructed using commercial grade steel components, this annexed building offers unparalleled structural integrity, standing strong when faced with inclement weather, pests, heavy winds and similar construction dangers. Once erect, the church stands 40’x80x16’’ in size, and it features a cool Misty Grey exterior that draws the eye from the gravel road and enhances overall curb appeal & dual sided street portfolio.
The canopy is comprised of durable, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal with a handsome Burnished Slate trim package and a 2:12 pitch. Design accommodations made in compliance with local building codes and with respect for the climate characteristics of Norwich and the surrounding area include a 90-mph wind speed rating and a 7-psf snow load.