VOX Printing nearing completion of OKC facility expansion

CMSWillowbrook adds 83,000 square foot addition to northeast Oklahoma City printing plant

Tim Locklear

CMSWillowbrook, Inc. is nearing completion of an 83,000 square foot addition to VOX Printing in northeast Oklahoma City.

The 43-year-old Oklahoma-owned printing company is best known for producing food-safe printed matter for companies such as McDonald's, Braum's, and Whataburger. VOX has been voted one of the Best Places to Work in Oklahoma for the last 8 years, and one of the Best Printing Companies to Work For in North America for the last 7 years.

The new addition will better accommodate VOX's current printing volume, which demands the facility operate 24 hours per day Monday through Friday.

According to CMSWillowbrook Project Manager Justin Woolverton, most of the space in the new addition will be used for new web and digital press areas that include automated printing lines. Additional items of interest in the new section of the facility include warehouse space, supervisor offices, a break room, and complete locker rooms with shower facilities.

CMSWillowbrook is an industry leader in construction management founded in 1974 by Cary DeHart with offices in Chickasha, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa.