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OKC POLICE HEADQUARTERS


OKC POLICE HQ

 

ROLE:  Full Architectural + Interior Design Services

COMPLETION DATE:  2015

SIZE:  88,000 sf

 

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OKC POLICE HEADQUARTERS


OKC POLICE HQ

 

ROLE:  Full Architectural + Interior Design Services

COMPLETION DATE:  2015

SIZE:  88,000 sf

 

Oklahoma City Police Headquarters + Municipal Courts Complex


The Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority engaged our team to provide design services for the Police Headquarters and Municipal Courts Complex.  The design team explored over 25 design scenarios before presenting three that maximized construction dollars, while minimizing construction time and disruption to services. The existing police headquarters had become obsolete and would have been too costly to renovate. The new headquarters is built to last. Durable materials and finishes make sure that it serves the city well into the future.  

The Police Headquarters was built on the existing police parking lot located on the western edge of downtown Oklahoma City’s Civic Center. The new three-story building is a modern adaptation of the Civic Center District design style. Sitting atop the 88,000 sf headquarters is a sloped diamond-shaped metal atrium roof—or “hat”—that is an iconic identifier for the downtown area. Blonde, black and red brick, as well as tan calcium silicate masonry units resembling limestone, clad the four quadrants of the building. The stone work reflects the Art Deco design elements of surrounding WPA-era buildings constructed in the 1930s. The police headquarters was dedicated in November 2015. Construction on the Municipal Courts began in summer 2015.



*Individual experience

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