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Cross Timbers Municipal Complex

Summary

Recognized as a model in environmental leadership, the City of Edmond complex includes a public service center, an animal welfare facility, a fire station, and administrative and training offices. The public service center comprises of five buildings for administration, operations, vehicle, maintenance, and warehousing, as well as six open-storage buildings. The total square footage is 66,000 square feet.

The fire department has three buildings including Station #5. Administration and operation offices occupy the first building, the second is used for equipment storage, and the third is a five-story drill tower for search and rescue training. Total square footage dedicated to the fire department is 39,000 square feet.

The animal welfare facility is a single building of approximately 8,000 square feet. This is a modern humanitarian kennel for lost and found pets, and pet rescue and adoption. This project included the installation of new city water mains and sewer lines, communications, utilities, and roadways.
Location:
Edmond, OK
Owner:
City of Edmond
Architect:
LWPB Architecture; Hornbeek Blatt Architects; Sels
Services:
General Contracting
Build Oklahoma Award, AGCOK

Project Photos

Timberlake Construction project - Cross Timbers Municipal Complex
Timberlake Construction project - Cross Timbers Municipal Complex
Timberlake Construction project - Cross Timbers Municipal Complex
Timberlake Construction project - Cross Timbers Municipal Complex

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