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Timberlake Construction wins multiple Build Oklahoma awards

 


(Editor’s Note: Timberlake Construction is working with the Alva Arena Authority on the arena project planned east of Alva.)

Oklahoma City, Okla. — Timberlake Construction (timberlakeconstruction.com) is excited to announce its recent selection for multiple Build Oklahoma Awards in the Large Construction Manager Division by the Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma (AGC).

Timberlake received these awards for its work on the American Softball Hall of Fame Stadium (ASA), the Oklahoma Military Combined Support Maintenance Shop (CSMS) and the Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Each project was officially completed during 2020.

The American Softball Hall of Fame Stadium (ASA) expansion included a new upper deck with over 4,000 additional seats, a multi-story press box with ample facilities for TV and radio commentators, as well as a large media conference room. Other additions included new concourses with standing areas, new concessions and a new camera tower for ESPN broadcasts. The numerous renovations included a beautiful natural field with an extensive subgrade drainage system. Timberlake worked with Triad Architecture on the structure and Studio Architecture on the new field. This important entertainment venue will have major economic benefits and guarantees that the NCAA Women’s College World Series will be held in Oklahoma City through 2035.

The Oklahoma Military Combined Support Maintenance Shop (CSMS) project involved the modernization and renovation of an active existing military vehicle maintenance facility which included bridge cranes, compressed air stations and office spaces. Timberlake worked with AIP Architecture on the project. This project ultimately provided support to the Oklahoma Military Department and Oklahoma National Guard to maintain the state of readiness they require.

Timberlake also won an award for the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, a new 18,000 square foot church that features a gathering place, sanctuary, baptismal font, vesting sacristy, choir loft and support spaces for weekly mass and daily chapel devotionals. Imported Italian marble presents classical beauty in the 47-foot sanctuary. This church was built in a way to make future expansion easy for the church as it continues to grow. Timberlake worked with Cooper Project Advisors and ADG Architecture on this beautiful project.

 

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