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Federal Building (Oklahoma City, OK)

GSA noticed that 33% of its tenants in Oklahoma City changed their office space annually due to reorganizations or other reconfigurations. Through the use of underfloor air distribution and individual control over airflow, the cost of office churn can be reduced dramatically. A peer review of the initial building design resulted in a concrete structure with underfloor air and a reduction in floor-to-floor height of 15".

Exterior of Oklahoma Federal Building

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This image shows how floor tiles can easily be moved to accomodate changes in voice/power/data connections and floor registers.

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Building Name Federal Building
Location Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Architect Ross Barney + Jankowski
Contractor Flintco, Inc.
Size 180,000 gsf
Budgeted Cost $31.5 million
Completion December 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACTS

Kevin Myles
(817) 978-9942


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