Institutional Projects

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Office Renovation

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT-RISK
45,330 SQUARE FEET

Originally built in 1966, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation building is the headquarters for the State of Oklahoma's Wildlife Department.  The project consists of an addition to the main building of 13,635 sq. ft. and a separate 7,825 sq. ft. warehouse.  The intent of the project is to make the building more energy efficient, safe, leak-proof, technologically advanced, ADA-complient, modern, and more fitness and educationally oriented.  The project will feature an outdoor reflecting pond, three indoor dioramas, an outdoor kitchen, a complete floorplan revision, and a large atrium with glass elevator.  In addition to architectural improvements, the building will be outfitted with a state of the art fire suppression system and new electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems.


city of Sand springs municipal complex

GENERAL CONTRACT
44,904 SQUARE FEET

Municipal Complex including Administrative Office for Public Works Department, Fleet Maintenance, Sewer & Water, and Sanitation Departments, built on 8.75 Acres.  Structural Steel & Corten Metal Panels, Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings, Concrete Paving.  Its the coreten metal panels and the cedar planks rough side out that give the complex it's rustic feel.


Office of The Attorney General
Solomon-Layton Building - State of Oklahoma

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT RISK
65,000 SQUARE FEET

Pre-construction and construction phase services for the construction of a new 60,000 square foot, three-story office complex for the State Attorney General's staff and support services.  The new tower is adjacent to the Solomon-Layton Building, the historical physical plant for the State Capitol.  The Solomon-Layton Building is 5,000 square feetand was historically renovated to house the offices of the Attorney general using State Historic Preservation Standards (SHPO).


Oklahoma Supreme Court Judicial Center
Phase II

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT RISK
145,000 SQUARE FEET

Construction Management at Risk and historical renovation services for the interior and exterior of the Wiley Post Building, including interior completion of the new addition to house the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Construction consists of exterior renovation and interior demolition, renovation of3 stories plus the lower level, interior finish-out of the new 3 story addition, and construction of a connecting lobby.  The completed facility houses the offices, courtrooms, judges' chambers, conference and briefing rooms, technical, administration and file storage space.