Show house continues
The Symphony Show House, on the 18th-floor, 7,000-square-foot penthouse of Founders Tower, a fundraiser by the Oklahoma City Orchestra League for the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and community music education, continues daily, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, through May 18. Lunch is served daily, including Mother’s Day. Tickets at the door are $15. Groups of 10 or more can buy tickets for $10 each. For more information, go to www.symphonyshowhouse.com. Founders Tower is at 5900 Mosteller Drive.
Homebuilders get new tool
MOORE — 1st Oklahoma Construction has developed a cloud-based product called Expeditor 1st for use in better managing homebuilders’ workflow. The software organizes, stores and controls residential construction using project information, documents, records and timelines. It gives team members a resource to deal with contractors, suppliers and customers of any project while managing in real time. Owner Ali Farzaneh said the product will be available starting in December.
Preservation conference set
NORMAN — The Oklahoma Historical Society State Historic Preservation Office will present “Historic Preservation ABCs: Oklahoma's 26th Annual Statewide Preservation Conference” June 4-6 in Norman with most events on the University of Oklahoma campus. Conference registration and sessions will be in Gould Hall, 830 Van Vleet Oval. Registration is now open at iqc.ou.edu/events/preservation. Basic registration is $40 per person if done by May 28. Fifty-four Oklahoma preservation leaders and guest speakers from across the country will participate. Detailed information is available at www.okhistory.org/shpo/conferencedetails.htm.
Stewart Smith, Oliver join board
The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission has added Oklahoma Association of Realtors past president and board member Theresa Stewart Smith and Realtor Steve Oliver as members. The commission grants real estate licenses and regulates brokers and agents. Stewart Smith, a longtime resident of Ada, is a broker for Mary Terry and Associates and owns the Stewart School of Real Estate. Oliver will serve to represent a real estate school. He works as director of education and career development for the Oklahoma Real Estate Academy. Stewart Smith’s and Oliver’s terms begin July 1. Realtor Julie Tetsworth of Tulsa was previously confirmed as a commissioner.
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