Details emerge as Devon tower dominates the skyline

A recent tour of Devon Energy Center reveals some floors of the $750 million corporate headquarters are close to completion, though occupancy won’t take place until next year.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Published: April 17, 2011
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It’s 2013 and the Thunder is making its fourth appearance in the playoffs. Devon tower, a beacon shooting up 850 feet into the air, is lit up in the team’s colors of blue, orange and yellow.
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Moving to the building
Devon Energy’s 1,500-strong Oklahoma City workforce will begin moving into the company’s new headquarters in early 2012. Almost as many people — 1,200 construction workers — can be found currently on the job site.

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