He believes the west lobby of the SandRidge Building should re
Demolition of the old Petroleum Club office building and garage at 120 Robert S. Kerr Ave. will begin later this year, and the unnamed “amenities building” that will take its place will be up in 2014.
The company's purchase of the Broadway-Kerr Garage from the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority, meanwhile, is set for January.
Excited by growth
Ward said he is excited to see the growth nearby from Devon Energy Corp. and the pending arrival downtown of Continental Resources from Enid. He said the same oil plays boosting their companies' growth will likely give birth to other startups — companies he believes might consider downtown as a home as well.
Ward said SandRidge Commons is designed to accommodate his company's growth — and create a welcoming environment to the community and
“We can grow the company into the best energy company in the world,” he said.