Broken Arrow Early Childhood and Elementary Center


Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Brief Summary

Crossland Construction was awarded the $20 million contract for the Elementary and Early Childhood Development Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  The 91,000 square foot prekindergarten and elementary center was constructed on an 80 acre site.  The elementary facility has five “pod” spaces, each with six classrooms and a common area.  Skylights are placed throughout the building to allow for natural lighting.  A floor to ceiling glass curtainwall in the media room also allows for an abundance of sunlight.  Additional features include a gymnasium, stage, large kitchen, and an art room, a multipurpose area, and a cafeteria.  Exteriorly, there are two playgrounds and a shared soccer field.   Crossland crews completed the project on schedule.

Project facts

  • Client – Broken Arrow School District
  • Size – 28,000 square feet
  • Cost - $20 million
  • Delivery Method – Construction Management
It was a pleasure to work with Crossland Construction Company on the new elementary school complex.  Your team’s ability to oversee such a large combined site with two separate projects and two separate architects is truly a testimony to the overall quality and leadership that Crossland continues to provide.

Steve Jaggers, GH2 Architects

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