Our Tulsa BURG, Flintco, the University of Tulsa, and the city of Tulsa are working on a 37,105-square-foot public museum.
Scope of work:
- Drilled concrete piers
- Core walls
- Cast-in-place stairs
- Slab on grade
- Cast-in-place columns
- Cast-in-place walls
- Post-tension beams
- Custom cast-in-place stadium seating
- Formed decks
- Slab on metal decks
The drawings on this project were significantly modified weekly, which created challenges in making sure the drawings being used were up to date and items were installed correctly. The use of Procore directly from the general contractor and the field team’s tablets helped overcome this obstacle.
The project includes elevated cast-in-place concrete decks that are not complete levels. This created areas that require us to form up varying heights of shoring to support from 12’ tall to 47’ tall for each placement.
This project will benefit the city of Tulsa in many ways by giving students and families a modern building to gather in to learn about world history. The structure is important to our Tulsa BURG because it is such a historic structure that has been the pride of many Tulsans for years and many more to come.