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Iron Gate on Archer

11.17.20 by Brad Thurman

Serving over 210,000 meals per year, Iron Gate is Tulsa’s largest stand-alone soup kitchen and grocery pantry. Iron Gate was born in the courtyard of…

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Rosewood Elementary

11.09.20 by Brad Thurman

Since its formation in 1904, Broken Arrow Public Schools has become a dynamic leader in public education. The district serves more than 19,000 students in…

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Groendyke Transportation Facility

11.09.20 by Brad Thurman

On July 12, 1932, Harold Groendyke hauled his first load of kerosene from Borger, Texas, to Beaver, Okla. He drove a two-axle Ford truck equipped…

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Osage Casino Tulsa

11.09.20 by Brad Thurman

The $160 million casino is the largest of the seven Osage Casinos and is billed as the Nation’s flagship casino, which brings in the most…

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Saint Francis Hospital Glenpool

11.09.20 by Brad Thurman

Saint Francis Health System is the largest employer in Tulsa County, with more than 8,400 and 1,000 physicians. Anchored by Saint Francis Hospital, SFHS serves…

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Tulsa County Family Center for Juvenile Justice

10.30.20 by Brad Thurman

The new Center replaced a 50-year old existing facility and became home to the Tulsa County Juvenile Court and support services provided by the Juvenile…

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St. James Catholic Church

08.31.20 by Brad Thurman

St. James the Greater Parish was originally founded in 1837, with a parish church later built in 1848 on N. Water Street, two blocks north…

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The June

08.31.20 by Brad Thurman

The June is a new mixed-use development at the intersection of Foster and Broadway in the Edgewater neighborhood. The new building is steps away from…

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River West Choice Neighborhood and Public Improvements (Phase I & II)

08.31.20 by Brad Thurman

The Housing Authority of the City of Tulsa and the City of Tulsa received a $30 million Choice Neighborhood Implementation grant to support the total…

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WPX Energy Headquarters

08.31.20 by Brad Thurman

WPX is a Tulsa-based energy company that employs 450 people locally. The company focuses on hydrocarbon exploration in west Texas, southeastern New Mexico, and North…

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TAG Truck Center Dealership

06.23.20 by Brad Thurman

TNTX, LLC, was formed in 2018 with the merger of Lonestar Truck Group and TAG Truck Centers. Under the Lonestar and TAG banners, TNTX operates…

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Neely Coble Company Truck Dealership

06.23.20 by Brad Thurman

Neely Coble Company, Inc. was established in 1951 by Neely B. Coble and his son, Neely B. Coble Jr. They shared a common goal in…

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Alphabot

06.03.20 by Brad Thurman

The Alphabot aims to transform how people shop for groceries. Developed specially for Walmart by startup Alert Innovation, Alphabot helps to enable quicker, more efficient…

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Osage Nation Veterans Memorial

05.01.20 by Brad Thurman

The Osage Nation has a long and proud history of military service. The Nation had long desired to build a memorial to their veterans and,…

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Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

05.01.20 by Brad Thurman

Oklahoma Contemporary embraces all forms of art and creativity, advancing the power of collaboration to unlock creative energy. The new center is located in Oklahoma…

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Neal Patterson Soccer Stadium

04.22.20 by Brad Thurman

The OSU Cowgirl soccer program was launched in 1996 and quickly became one of the leading women’s collegiate programs in the NCAA. Neal Patterson Stadium,…

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Existing Buildings

04.08.20 by Brad Thurman

Buildings may require renovations or rehabilitation for any number of reasons. Whatever your reason, we can help. Licensed in all 50 states, Wallace Engineering has…

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Roof Assessment

04.08.20 by Brad Thurman

Wallace Engineering’s roof assessment and inspection team is experienced with standing seam, TPO, PVC, EPDM, Mod-Bit, BUR and screw down metal roof systems. We have…

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Unmanned Systems Research Institute Excelsior Center

02.28.20 by Brad Thurman

A growing field in the United States and the world, OSU has become a major contributor to unmanned systems research, design, fabrication and applications. This…

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SeneGence International Midwest Call Center

11.13.19 by Brad Thurman

SeneGence is a privately owned, network marketing company that is in the business of developing and selling personal care products. Since 1999, SeneGence has grown…

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Birra Birra Craft Pizzeria

11.06.19 by Brad Thurman

Chisholm Creek is Oklahoma City’s first pedestrian-friendly, “mixed-use” development. From dining and shopping to living and golfing, Chisholm Creek has something for everyone. Located on…

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Donald Betz STEM Research and Learning Center

08.21.19 by Brad Thurman

The University of Central Oklahoma prides itself as a smart investment for success, preparing future leaders in an opportunity-rich environment, with access to more than…

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Harris County Public Library

08.21.19 by Brad Thurman

The Harris County Public Library had problems. They had outgrown their current space, the staff was forced to be creative about how to shelve books,…

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Zahner Headquarters Building Expansion

08.07.19 by Brad Thurman

For over 110 years Zahner has pioneered advances in the architectural metal industry, by developing and applying the science of metal fabrication and aircraft-grade engineering…

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The Heritage Parking Garage

05.23.19 by Brad Thurman

Wallace Engineering provided structural and civil engineering services for a new five-story parking deck containing 420 total parking spaces. The design included precast concrete walls…

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Freshman Academy Addition

11.08.18 by Brad Thurman

Since its formation in 1904, Broken Arrow Public Schools has become a dynamic leader in public education. The district serves more than 19,000 students in…

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Jackson Technical Headquarters

10.23.18 by Brad Thurman

Tim Jackson, president of Jackson Technical, founded the IT services company in 1999 from his Broken Arrow home. Two years later, the company moved into…

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Timber Ridge Elementary School

10.04.18 by Brad Thurman

Since its formation in 1904, Broken Arrow Public Schools has become a dynamic leader in public education. The district serves more than 19,000 students in…

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Tuttle High School

10.04.18 by Brad Thurman

Tuttle, Oklahoma, is a growing community located 30 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. The Tuttle Public School system has experienced an influx of new students,…

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Oak Grove Shopping Center

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

Oak Grove is a new shopping center designed to mimic its surrounding neighborhood with pitched roofs and arched entries. The new plaza includes local and…

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Lost Kingdom at the Tulsa Zoo

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

The Tulsa Zoo, an Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited facility, celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2018. In addition to providing conservation of wildlife and…

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The Heritage

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

Designed by renowned architect Solomon Layton in 1923 and later added to the Register of Historic Places in 1980, The Heritage, formerly known as The…

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Muscogee (Creek) Nation Community Hospital

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

Where some may see challenge, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation saw opportunity. When faced with the need to address an aging hospital, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation…

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Archer Building Renovation

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

Once a blighted warehouse fronting Archer Street between Cincinnati and Detroit in the historic Tulsa Arts District, the Archer Building underwent extensive renovations and is…

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MAPS 3 Senior Health and Wellness Center

10.03.18 by Brad Thurman

In 1993, Oklahoma City voters decided to turn around their struggling city by doing something unique: approving a new tax on themselves. The Metropolitan Area Projects…

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Spears School of Business

08.23.18 by Brad Thurman

The Spears School of Business is composed of seven academic departments with more than 100 tenure and tenure-track faculty. The student body is made up…

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