Oklahoma City U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse
The Oklahoma City U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse, is part of a three-building federal complex which also consists of the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse and the Oklahoma City federal parking garage/plaza. This single structure, five-story building sits on 1.29 acres. The exterior walls of the building are composed of cast concrete panels with limited ornamental detailing. Marble veneer is used at the upper portion of the front facade.
A full basement exists and includes a small parking garage. There is also a snack bar for all the federal tenants in the building. A steel framed bridge (skywalk) connects this building to the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse. This building faces the Oklahoma City federal parking garage and memorial site for the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
A repair and alterations project was completed in 2008 on the courthouse side of the building to open up the lobby an extra 300 square feet. This project allowed for more efficient main traffic entry and a better first impression appearance for the outside of the building.