The Okmulgee Readiness Center was in need of renovation to allow the facility to continue its purpose of maintaining the readiness of the national guard and its equipment in this area. This project spent 7 years trying to come to fruition within the state/federal funding process. The building received a complete interior and exterior face lift including: new TPO roofing system, new mechanical, HVAC building controls, plumbing, fire suppression and electrical systems. The building's exterior reflects the current Oklahoma Military Department stylings, including a stacked stone and EFIS façade. A new utilities infrastructure has been incorporated into the design. Pavement sections have been vastly enlarged to better serve the units that will be stations here. OMD will now have adequate room for vehicles and equipment. The building footprint had very little elevation changes and was very susceptible to storm drainage issues. Within the new design, these issues were addressed and a brand new storm sewer has been installed.