Oklahoma State University Allied Health Building

Educational
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma State University Allied Health Building

Brief Summary

The Oklahoma State University Allied Health Building is a 45,000 square foot, two story educational and healthcare facility on the institution’s Oklahoma City campus.  Approximately 32,000 square feet of space is occupied by the university’s Health Sciences department.  The remaining square footage is home to Variety Care, a nonprofit community health center that offers medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health services to the public.  This unique combination of educational space and a fully operational healthcare facility gives students the opportunity to get hands-on treatment experience and develop the communication skills necessary to work effectively with physicians and other medical personnel.

The Oklahoma State University Allied Health Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma took 13 months to complete.  Crossland Crews self-performed concrete and steel.  The project was completed on time and on budget.

CLIENT - OKLAHOMA STATE LONG RANGE FACILITIES PLANNING
SIZE - 45,000 SQUARE FEET
COST - $10.2 MILLION
DELIVERY METHOD - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

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It is our company tendency to work with a limited number of general contractors, so when Mr. Hammons made the decision to award this project to Crossland, I was a little skeptical.  I will say that the project proved to be a good and successful experience.  I look forward to a future opportunity to work with this team again.

– MARK STEELE, ARCHITECT (JOHN Q. HAMMONS HOTELS AND RESORTS)

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