TULSA, OK — The Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma
(AGCOK) honors Manhattan Construction Company
with three Build Oklahoma awards and the Best of the Best top honor for projects completed in 2022. The awards were presented to team members at the AGC of Oklahoma’s 83rd Annual Awards Banquet at the Oklahoma City Convention Center.
The Build Oklahoma awards recognize outstanding projects built by members of the association. The Best of the Best award further recognizes a Build Oklahoma award-winning project that was worthy of additional recognition. The Oklahoma State Capitol Restoration - Interior Rehabilitation project won Best of the Best honors in the $50 Million+ category.
Manhattan Construction Company received Build Oklahoma honors for the construction of the following projects:
Oklahoma State Capitol Restoration - Interior Rehabilitation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
This project won in the Historic - $50 Million+ category and the top honor, Best of the Best, in the $50 Million+ category. This design-build rehabilitation was completed by Manhattan Construction Company and designed by FSB Architects
. The project consisted of repairing and replacing the backbone infrastructure, MEP and HVAC systems, and adding a climate control system for the rotunda. Also included in the rehabilitation was the addition of new fire alarms and sprinkler systems throughout, upgrades to public restrooms, the addition of LED lighting, control systems, and occupancy sensors, and converting the basement into a new visitor level.
Brown-Kimbrough Center for the Creative Arts in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
This project won in the Commercial - up to $5 Million category. Built by Manhattan Construction Company, designed by Selser Schaefer Architects
, and engineered by Wallace Design Collective
, the Brown-Kimbrough Center for Creative Arts is a new two-story, 15,522-square-foot facility that serves as a hub for enhancing arts education for Broken Arrow Public Schools students and community members through both adult and children’s classes for ceramics, watercolors, drawing, music, paper mâché, meditation, and more.
NOUN Hotel in Norman, Oklahoma
This project won in the Commercial - $10-$20 Million category. Built by Manhattan Construction Company, designed by GH2 Architects
, and engineered by DCI Engineers
, the new NOUN boutique hotel sits adjacent to the University of Oklahoma campus. The four-story, 75,000-square-foot hotel has 98 guest rooms custom-designed with king and queen guestrooms, and junior and one-bedroom suites. The lobby includes 15-foot-high ceilings, high-end lighting with a 3,000-square-foot restaurant and bar with a private space for dinners and meetings. The second floor includes a 3,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor covered bar overlooking the University of Oklahoma and campus.
WinStar Global Event Center in Thackerville, Oklahoma
This project won in the Commercial - $20-$50 Million category. Renovations were provided by Manhattan Construction Company and designed by FSB Architects. The 70,263-square-foot improvement provides a new gaming floor with a six-inch raised access floor, a contemporary restaurant, and a dining area that will offer a full-service kitchen, bar with seating area, two service bars, back-of-house corridors, and new elevators. In addition, the new build-out consists of a 51,322-square-foot second-level mezzanine for new office space and training rooms.