The eagle has landed at Flintco Inc.
Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. presented the construction giant with 12 bronze eagle statuettes at its annual Excellence in Construction awards banquet. Flintco received 15 awards at last year’s presentation.
Flintco was awarded for the following projects: Tulsa Zoo H.A. Chapman Event Lodge (commercial $1-2 million); Tulsa Technology Center Health Science Center (institutional $25-100 million); Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and Education Service Center (commercial $10-25 million); River Spirit Casino (commercial $25-100 million); Saint Simeon’s Assisted Living expansion (health care $15-25 million); Oklahoma State University T. Boone Pickens Stadium west end zone expansion, phase III (institutional over $100 million “mega project”); Hillcrest Medical Center Oklahoma Heart Institute (health care over $25 million); Expo Square Armory Kitchen (commercial $5-10 million); Expo Square Exchange Center (pre-engineered over $10 million); and Southwest Cancer Center in Duncan (health care $2-5 million).
Oakridge Builders Inc., a division of Flintco, was awarded for two projects, the Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs, Ark., for the commercial $2-5 million category, and Newfield Exploration for renovation $4-10 million.
Manhattan Construction Co. received awards for five projects: Saint Francis Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, fifth floor of the Children’s Hospital (health care $5-15 million); Bizzell Memorial Library fire suppression, phase II, in Norman (other general construction); Saint Francis Hospital (health care under $2 million); Downstream Casino Resort (commercial over $100 million mega project); and Holy Family Cathedral (institutional $1-2 million).
“Manhattan is proud to be a part of the ABC awards and proud of the five projects we were awarded,” said Manhattan project executive Steve Ludwig. “We are especially proud of the Downstream Casino and Hotel. This $150 million project had the casino portion complete in under 11 months from start to finish and then completed the 222-bed hotel four months later.”
Each local winner is now eligible to move on to ABC’s national competition. Winners at that level will be announced in February at the association’s annual convention in San Diego.
Awards are as follows (sorted by company, category and project):
AAA Landscape of Tulsa: landscape/hardscapes, The Marquis on Memorial
Advantage Glass Inc.: other specialty construction (glass), Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center; exterior finish $2-5 million, Hillcrest Heart Pavilion
Candera Concrete Co.: other specialty construction (cast-in-place concrete), Muskogee Community Hospital; other specialty construction (precast concrete), Great Plains Prison
Central Electric Co. of Tulsa: electrical industrial $1-2 million, Webco Industries; electrical commercial under $1 million, University of Phoenix
Coreslab Structures: other specialty construction (precast concrete), Payne County Jail and Courthouse renovation
Coronado Drywall Inc.: interior contractor under $1 million, Student Life Learning Center
Crossland Construction Co.: renovation $2-4 million, Jenks cafeteria expansion and remodel; institutional $5-10 million, Langston University Student Services Center; other general construction (fountains/playground), 41st Street Plaza; public works/environmental, Northside Wastewater Treatment Plant
Crossland Heavy Contractors: infrastructure/heavy $5-10 million, River Parks trail enhancements
Fadco Inc.: other specialty construction (millwork), Endoscopy at Saint Francis Hospital
Fleming Building Co.: pre-engineered building $2-10 million, Lakeside Business Park; industrial $5-15 million, Sulzer; industrial under $2 million, Advance Research Chemicals Inc.
Flintco Inc.: commercial $1-2 million, Tulsa Zoo H.A. Chapman Event Lodge; institutional $25-100 million, Tulsa Technology Center Health Science Center; commercial $10-25 million, Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center and Education Service Center; commercial $25-100 million, River Spirit Casino; health care $15-25 million, Saint Simeon’s Assisted Living expansion; institutional over $100 million mega project, Oklahoma State University T. Boone Pickens Stadium west end zone expansion, phase III; health care over $25 million, Hillcrest Medical Center Oklahoma Heart Institute; commercial $5-10 million, Expo Square Armory Kitchen; pre-engineered over $10 million, Expo Square Exchange Center; health care $2-5 million, Southwest Cancer Center in Duncan
Green Country Interiors Inc.: other specialty construction, Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center; exterior finish $5-10 million, OSU T. Boone Pickens Stadium expansion, phase III; interior contractor $2-5 million, Cherokee Casino expansion in Siloam Springs, Ark.
Lanlynx LLC: specialty low-voltage cabling, Cherokee Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
M.L. Jones Acoustics Inc.: interior contractor $1-2 million, Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity
Magnum Construction Inc.: other general construction (museum exhibits), Broken Arrow Historical Museum Exhibit build-out; renovation under $2 million, First United Methodist Church of Owasso
Manhattan Construction Co.: health care $5-15 million, Saint Francis Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, fifth floor of the Children’s Hospital; other general construction, Bizzell Memorial Library fire suppression, phase II, in Norman; health care under $2 million, Saint Francis Hospital; commercial over $100 million mega project, Downstream Casino Resort; institutional $1-2 million, Holy Family Cathedral
Manhattan Road & Bridge Co.: infrastructure/heavy and emergency restoration, State Highway 20 and Keetonville Hill; infrastructure/heavy over $10 million, I-540/Perry Road Interchange
Oakridge Builders Inc.: commercial $2-5 million, Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs, Ark.; renovation $4-10 million, Newfield Exploration
Oil Capital Electric LLC: electrical commercial $2-10 million, Great Plains Regional Medical Center; electrical commercial $1-2 million, University of Tulsa H.A. Chapman Stadium renovation; electrical commercial over $10 million, River Spirit Casino
Omni-2 Mechanical Services: mechanical commercial under $2 million, University of Tulsa H.A. Chapman Stadium renovation
Rupe Building Co.: residential, The Marquis on Memorial
Sherwood Construction Co.: site work, American Indian Cultural Center & Museum
Trigon Inc.: institutional $2-5 million, Northside Christian Church; institutional $10-25 million, Rogers State University Centennial Center in Claremore
Tri-Star Construction LLC: other general construction, AEP/PSO Blue Bell Arkansas River Bank stabilization