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Helmerich Center for American Research

08.31.16 by Carly Chalmers

The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, commonly known as Gilcrease Museum, is one of the country’s best facilities for the preservation and…

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Jay Pritzker Pavilion Bandshell

08.31.16 by Carly Chalmers

Designed by the world-renowned architect, Frank Gehry, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion Bandshell is a highly sculptured design element that serves as a focal point for Chicago’s…

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Tandy Education Center

08.26.16 by Carly Chalmers

The OU-TU School of Community Medicine is a partnership between the University of Oklahoma and University of Tulsa created to help address Oklahoma’s low health…

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BOK Center

08.26.16 by Carly Chalmers

Wallace Engineering provided structural engineering services for the interlocking, light gage steel framed exterior wall panel system of the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wallace…

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National Weather Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The National Weather Center is home to a unique partnership between the University of Oklahoma and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This federal/state/university facility…

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Morton Comprehensive Health Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Founded in 1921, Morton Health Care has a distinguished history of providing health services to Tulsa’s minority and economically disadvantaged population, with or without insurance….

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Montereau in Warren Woods

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

When the William K. Warren Foundation imagined a new continuing care retirement center for Tulsa, they pictured a facility of the highest quality with a…

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Milton Daniel Hall Renovation

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Opened in 1957, Milton Daniel Hall was built as a traditional dormitory on the campus of Texas Christian University. As their student housing needs evolved…

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Mid-America Arts Alliance

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Mid-America Arts Alliance is a non-profit, regional arts organization representing Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. M-AAA focuses on strengthening communities and improving lives through…

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Michael and Anne Greenwood Tennis Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The Michael and Anne Greenwood Tennis Center, home of OSU Cowboy and Cowgirl Tennis, has already provided the men’s and women’s tennis programs with an…

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Miami Beach Convention Center Expansion and Renovation

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Built in 1957 to draw more business to Miami Beach, the Miami Beach Convention Center has served as the backdrop for some major moments in…

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Life.Church

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

“A church isn’t a building – it’s the people.” In 1996, Life.Church began in Oklahoma City with 40 congregants meeting together “in a two-car garage, equipped with…

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R.T. Williams Library Renovation

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university, a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre…

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Lee and Alice Balzer Technology Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

John Brown University, founded in Northwest Arkansas in 1919, serves over 2,600 students from 37 nations and 40 states. JBU is a vibrant and growing…

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J. Newton Rayzor Hall

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The stage for the University of Tulsa’s international reputation in the petroleum and geology fields was set in 1930 with the dedication of their first…

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J.D. & Mary West Science Laboratory

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university, a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre…

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Inverness Village

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Inverness Village began as a vision for a new kind of senior living community. A group of civic leaders and business professionals recognized that Tulsa…

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Hotel Breakers

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Cedar Point, opened in 1870 on the shores of Lake Erie, is the second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States. Known as “America’s Roller…

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Hogan Assessments

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

As the pioneer of successfully predicting job performance through personality assessments, Hogan Assessments leads its industry and serves some of the most powerful corporations in…

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Health Sciences Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Tulsa Tech, the oldest and largest technology center in Oklahoma’s Career Tech System, is a career and technology center school district dedicated to preparing people…

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Hardesty Hall

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The University of Tulsa’s growing engineering program increased the University’s need for student housing and general-purpose academic space. Located near the center of the TU…

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H.A. Chapman Stadium and Case Athletic Complex

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Wallace Engineering provided structural engineering services for the renovation of the H.A. Chapman Stadium at the University of Tulsa. The facility, a cast-in-place concrete structure…

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Guthrie Green

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Guthrie Green is a new 2.76-acre urban park in the center of the historic Tulsa Arts District. Formerly the site of a trucking company and…

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Griffin Communications Media Center

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Griffins Communications, a dynamic and growing Oklahoma owned and operated multi-media company, reaches over 90 percent of Oklahoma households through their television stations, statewide radio…

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GreenArch

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Dubbed America’s “Black Wall Street” by noted author and educator Booker T. Washington, the 35-block Greenwood District, surrounding the corner of Greenwood Avenue and Archer…

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Fine Airport Parking

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Since its founding in 1983, Fine Airport Parking has become a highly successful, off-airport parking service at Tulsa International Airport. After years of offering surface…

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MoPOP

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

MoPOP is a building unlike any other in the world. The $90 million,140,000 square foot museum is a Jimi Hendrix-inspired museum and cultural center whose…

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Everest Training Center and Jacobs Track Renovation

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The University of Oklahoma wanted to renovate their existing indoor track facility and add a new indoor training facility for football. The twist: construction could…

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Emerson College Los Angeles

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The new Emerson College campus in Los Angeles provides a landmark for film and performing arts students of the Boston-based college to study in an…

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The Collegiate Center at Edison

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Edison Preparatory School is designated as a college preparatory accelerated school, preparing students for the future through a comprehensive liberal arts and pre-advanced placement curriculum….

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East 9 at Pickwick Plaza

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The Historic Pickwick Plaza Hotel, built in the 1930s, was once a signature landmark of downtown Kansas City. A frequent retreat of County Judge Harry…

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Donald W. Reynolds School of Architecture

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The Donald W. Reynolds School of Architecture is a marriage of new and old, combining the renovation of the historic ca. 1918 gymnasium and armory…

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King Family Commons

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The new Worth Hills Village at Texas Christian University was created as a direct response to increasing demand for on-campus housing and a need for…

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de Young Museum

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The new de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, designed by the renowned Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and Fong & Chan Architects…

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Deer Creek Stadium Expansion

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

The Deer Creek School District has seen substantial, sustained growth, reaching academic and athletic heights along the way. Covering 72 square miles and including portions…

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Davis Field Terminal Building

08.25.16 by Carly Chalmers

Prior to 2013, Davis Field in Muskogee, Oklahoma, had been in operation without a proper terminal building. The airport has several hangars and an FBO…

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