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Oklahoma Leidos locations look to hire 65

The imminent split of SAIC Inc. into Science Applications and Leidos Holdings, a year in the works, will have no real effect on the Leidos' Oklahoma operations, which dates to the Benham family and was founded in 1909.
by Richard Mize Published: September 26, 2013
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As a flagship for the company's engineering business, the Oklahoma City office is looking to fill architecture, engineering and design-build positions along with project management and technical positions for its oil-and-gas team.

One of the openings in Oklahoma City is for a BIM manager. SAIC, Helms said, is the third largest firm in the country in BIM, which is building information modeling, which creates three-dimensional databases of construction projects.

The future Leidos also is hiring for a $300 million, 82-acre development near Charlotte, N.C.; most of the preliminary design work has come out of the Oklahoma City office.

Closer to home, the office is providing engineering, procurement and construction services under a $118 million contract to design and construct an ammonia plant and associated facilities for Oklahoma City-based LSB Industries in El Dorado, Ark.; and engineering, procurement and construction of a Holly Refining and Marketing gas oil loading system in a $2.1 million project in 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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