All Nations Christian Centre birthed in 1941 by two sister sent by the Assemblies of God is a community that is made up by 27 different nationalities and a mix of ages.
The construction of their new 1000 seater auditorium not only needed to be designed sensitively with the history and heritage of Wolverhampton but also encompassing the "raw" culture of the church family and its vision. RJR chose materials that brought the industrial roots of the city into a building project. With the use of materials such as Coreten and expanded metal we felt we achieve this.
The project was more than a building to house the growing All Nations family, the passion was to have a building that would have an impact on the community.
With no other 1000 seater capacity conference facility in the city centre, with state of the art media, lighting, stage and breakout rooms, it not only serves the church family but will have an attraction to businesses, third sector and party/function organisations that will help bring visitors to the city of Wolverhampton.
RJR worked closely with the church leadership, trustee and building team to ensure that the "dream" the church family had was "designed" and then “delivered". Recognising that the church is a charity, RJR were driven to ensure the client got the best value for money invested.