Stillwater Technology Park Chooses Firm

An architectural firm was selected Friday to begin contract discussions with the Oklahoma Technology and Research Park joint board about the design and construction of a complex that could bring more researchers and scientists to Stillwater.

The board voted to begin working toward a contract with Frankfurt, Short and Bruza Architects, an Oklahoma City architecture, engineering and planning firm, based on the firm’s access to in-office engineers, architects and consultants.

Three firms, including PSA Dewberry Inc. and Studio Architecture, made half-hour presentations at Friday’s joint board meeting.

Funding for the accelerator building was recently made possible by a $5 million appropriation from the state Legislature and could bring more than 2,000 jobs to the area.

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