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Flintco was proud to celebrate the new WPX Energy headquarters with a groundbreaking event in Tulsa this week. The 260,000 SF, 11-story building features public plazas and walkways, pedestrian-friendly streetscaping and green space.
The high-profile project, which is expected to bring a significant economic impact to Tulsa, includes plans for a public plaza and a public pathway through the middle of the campus connecting Guthrie Green in the Arts District and John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. The campus and its front door will face east toward Reconciliation Park as a symbolic tribute to the importance of Tulsa history.
Oklahoma State University Pilot Project Leads to Creation of Lean2.0
There were many Lean “firsts” associated with the $28.5 million, 65,633 SF Oklahoma State University CEAT Undergraduate Laboratory, which provides students opportunities to learn basic engineering principles at a small scale. For the first time: Trade partners atten...Read More
Flintco Delivers Faster Schedule with Off-Site Prefabrication, Better Space Planning for Cherokee Nation Central Utility Plant
Construction of the $149 million, 469,000 SF Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Clinic (CNOHC) in Tahlequah, OK, is the largest full service Native American healthcare facility in the country. The CNOHC is our 2nd Lean pilot project. The project team recognized schedule ...Read More
Flintco Saves Owner Money, Delivers Certainty with Thermal and Laser Scanning Technology
Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque chose Flintco to deliver the $22.9 million addition and renovation of the 5-story Max Salazar Hall in part because of the company’s proposed use of self-performed drone flights and thermal and advanced laser scanning...Read More