TPS Central High School Stadium
Tulsa school finally has promised stadium
The headline in the Tulsa World read: “115 years in the making.”
For the first time in the school’s history. Central High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma has its own football stadium. And we were more than proud to help give it to them.
The $3.5 million project, completed in October 2021, gives the school stadium seating, a field house with two locker rooms, two sets of bleachers, a new parking area, and a press box.
Oh, and it gives the Central High football team a true home field advantage.
Senior Ty’ionn Cox told the Tulsa World that, “Instead of having to travel a lot for our home games, we can just come on out back.”
The stadium features a cinderblock building with premanufactured bleachers and a press box. Recesses were left in the concrete intentionally so blocks recognizing the project’s donors could be installed. School colors can be seen throughout the stadium in paint, wall graphics, and stickers.
The school was originally built in 1906 as Tulsa High School. It moved to its current location and changed its name to Central High in 1976. With the move, the school received the land to build a football stadium, but the stadium never came to be.
However, the stars aligned 45 years later, and now the Central High School Braves truly have a place to call home.
Industry Sector: Educational
Size: 5,000 SF
Delivery Method: Construction Management
Owner: Tulsa Public Schools
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