Oklahoma State Department of Wildlife Conservation Headquarters
Renovation: 25,855 GSF, Addition: 11,076 GSF, Warehouse: 11,777 GSF
The headquarters building for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation experienced damage during the July 2013 flood. While renovations were being done, the Department also decided to include upgrades to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act and with current building codes.
- Audiovisual design included a multipurpose room audiovisual system design intended for use of board meetings, that included sound reinforcement, video presentation, and control systems.
- An additional conference was designed that included video, sound, and control systems, as well as video conferencing abilities.
- Designed modifications to camera locations, access control, and the intrusion detection system devices within the building.
- Structured cabling design included digital signage, a coaxial cable system, and structured cabling systems that includes horizontal cabling, CATV, wireless access point, and IP-based video surveillance cameras from new telecommunications rooms provided in the project.
Photography credit: Simon Hurst Photography