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Construction - 08.29.2011

Deep-fried revenue

Additional renovations to State Fair Park have been moved toward the front of the MAPS 3 timeline

Deep-fried butter won’t be the only new thing at the Oklahoma State Fair this year. State Fair Park President and CEO Tim O’Toole says that since 2005, the park has undergone $70 million in renovations designed to attract and retain business year-round. Read more
Construction - 10.26.2011

Home to stay

Homeless Alliance helps the less fortunate with a new resource center and day shelter

Just a few months ago, Dan Straughan’s office with the Homeless Alliance was in a cramped space behind a bank branch on South Commerce. Things changed this summer. Read more
Construction - 11.03.2011

Warren Theatres debuts luxury suites in Moore

Warren Theaters president introduces company's luxury Director's Suites at theater in Moore, plans to open IMAX in February

Bill Warren is at work on the biggest, and the smallest theater auditoriums in the metro area. At the Warren Theatre in Moore, 1000 Telephone Road, a 600-seat IMAX theater will open in February, while two auditoriums with about 40 seats each will open in two weeks. Read more
Construction - 11.09.2011

Bricktown committee approves building project

There has perhaps been more drama, hubbub, gnashing of teeth and clenching of fists over the House of Bedlam plans than over the actual upcoming bedlam football game. Read more
Construction - 11.22.2011

Crack daddy

Foundation companies experience record year.

Twenty-eight years in the industry, and Randall McCown knows there’s a new one born every minute. Read more
Construction - 01.26.2012

$1 million renovation project completed at The Fountains at Canterbury

The Fountains at Canterbury of Oklahoma City completed a $1 million construction project in early December 2011. Read more
Construction - 01.27.2012

Flintco’s Mark Grimes named 2011 Builder of the Year

Company also honored for work on Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Tower

The Oklahoma Building Chapter of The Associated General Contractors of America named Flintco, LLC Oklahoma City Division President Mark Grimes “2011 Builder of the Year” and honored Flintco with a prestigious “Build Oklahoma Award” at the association’s 72nd annual awards banquet on Jan. 21, 2012 at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa. Read more
Tourism - 02.24.2012

Sign language

Norman officials implement study to determine best avenue for wayfinding project

When Stephen Koranda accepted the position of executive director of the Norman Convention & Visitors Bureau three years ago, it always amazed him that people would stop by and say how hard it was to find them. Read more
Construction - 07.17.2012

COTPA enters into agreement for $20 million garage

The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority is looking to ease parking woes Downtown with construction of a new parking garage just south of city hall. On July 13, COTPA entered into an agreement to hire TAParchitecture to design a $20 million garage. It will include at least 750 parking spaces, retail on the ground floor, and the potential for residential units on top. Read more
News Article - 07.20.2012

City seeks RFPs for old jail

The city of Oklahoma City is seeking input from developers to repurpose the 72-year-old jailhouse at 200 N. Shartel. The 41,000-square-foot, six-story facility housed inmates until the new county jail opened in the late 1980s. Read more