Sand Springs, Oklahoma, is a western suburb of Tulsa. Their water treatment plant includes two treatment facilities located on a busy corner of town. When residents grew tired of looking at the unattractive plant, the city hired Crossland to construct a wall surrounding the facility.
Our crews built a 12-foot wall around the perimeter of the plant. A manufactured stone that matched an existing masonry wall was applied on the exterior, giving the structure a contemporary look. Upon completion, we added modern sconces and attractive landscaping to ensure the new structure fit well within the surrounding community.
The Sand Springs community was pleased with the project outcome, and it was delivered under budget.