The Warren Theatre is a beautiful art deco inspired Hollywood Glam theatre, featuring 18 cinema screens and extraordinarily lavish architectural features and vibrant colors. At $20.9 million, the project is both the largest and most elaborate movie theatre in the country. The project was completed in December 2014.
Exterior walls for the auditorium “wings” and the taller central core structure utilized load-bearing tilt-up panels. The tilt-up concrete was self-performed by Crossland Construction. The structural design was based on a redundant cellular diaphragm concept, similar to its sister project in Moore, Oklahoma, which withstood an EF-5 tornado in May 2013.