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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.
by Richard Mize Published: March 2, 2013

• $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.

New construction

• 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.

by Richard Mize
Real Estate Editor
Real estate editor Richard Mize has edited The Oklahoman's weekly residential real estate section and covered housing, commercial real estate, construction, development, finance and related business since 1999. From 1989 to 1999, he worked...
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