Hero image
Community

Tribal Center for Alternative Corrections

Miami, OK

Slider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider imageSlider image

Project Facts

Cost: $3.6M

Size: 20,000 SF

Completed: 08/30/2019

Owner: Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma

Delivery Method: Design-Build

Self-Perform: Earthwork, Demo, Concrete, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry

Architect: Encompass

Helping children and families heal from trauma through services that meet their needs

This project included a new 20,000 SF building with three separate functions: child services, methadone treatment, and judicial services including a full courtroom for all local tribes. This was a HUD project, with the contract amount given to all construction bidders upfront. We didn’t want to go in with a ‘regular’ build of a metal or stick frame but wanted to do something totally different that would catch the owner’s eye, really work for the community, and allow us to build using a new system, in this case, the SIPS panel system. We won the contract based on our suggestion of this new construction method, as well as our precise, detailed schedule and our strong credentials.
 

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

READY TO GET STARTED?

Let’s Build

Ready to lay the groundwork?

Specialty Services

Looking for info on our specialty services?