Contractors group presents Build Oklahoma Awards
Winners of Build Oklahoma Awards range from a church youth addition in Shawnee, to a new school cafeteria and classroom in Dale, to work at Educare III in Tulsa, to roofing and waterproofing at Devon Energy Corp.'s new headquarters in downtown Oklahoma City.
• $2 million to $5 million — Lambert Construction Co.: McBride Orthopedic Hospital operating room addition, Oklahoma City.
• $5 million to $10 million — Timberlake Construction Co. Inc.: Enterprise Data Center, Oklahoma City.
• $10 million to $25 million — Manhattan Construction Co.: Tulsa International Airport Concourse B renovation, Tulsa.
• $25 million and up — Flintco LLC: First Presbyterian Church renovation and expansion, Tulsa.
• Up to $2 million — Globe Construction Co.: Rose State College, HES Building new sign and entry, Midwest City.
• $2 million to $5 million — Key Construction Oklahoma LLC: Donald W. Reynolds Family Safety Center, Claremore.
• $5 million to $10 million — Atlas General Contractors LLC: Northwest Library, Oklahoma City.
• $10 million to $25 million — Atlas General Contractors LLC: Moore Norman Technical Center-Information Technology Building, Norman.
• $25 million and up — Manhattan Construction Co.: Chesapeake Energy Arena-Phase C, Oklahoma City.
• Automation Integrated LLC: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Enterprise Data Center-Critical Facilities Monitoring Systems, Oklahoma City.
• Bennett Steel Inc.: Guthrie Green, Tulsa.
• Burgess Co.: First Presbyterian Church, Tulsa.
• Cantera Concrete Co. LLC: Tulsa Paper Co. Buildings, Tulsa.
• Chamberlain Roofing & Waterproofing: Devon Energy World Headquarters, Oklahoma City.
• Nail Commercial Interiors LLC: Chesapeake Energy-Building 12, Oklahoma City.
• Oil Capital Electric: Montereau in Warren Woods-Phase II, Tulsa.
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