Built in the early 1900’s and located on Oklahoma City’s historic Automobile Alley, 1015 North Broadway is home to
Cardinal Engineering, Allied Arts of Oklahoma City, and the corporate offices
for Valtech Technologies, Inc.
Convention Center is south central Oklahoma’s event and conference center. The
45,000+ square foot space accommodates the smallest to largest meetings with a
variety of dividable multi-function areas and features.
The 147,350 square foot regional
operations for ACA Member Services Company, a service provider for AAA clubs,
is the first build-to-suit using elements of Koll Development Company’s branded
Intellicenter design. The facility has
also attained LEED Silver Certification.
remodel of this facility provides a centralized location for check processing, ensuring
that customer security is a priority. The comprehensive renovation includes
access flooring and renovated building systems for the large computer rooms.
This existing 39,000 square foot, two
story office building allows the owner to occupy the entire upper floor while
keeping their relationship with the downstairs tenants. Renovations were
completed keeping all occupants comfortable and operational.
This renovation and addition includes
a new commons area, kitchen, library, academic offices, and classrooms. Special
care was taken as the majority of the work took place during the school year
and within the confines of the existing building.
Bishop McGuinness Athletics Facility,
project involves a comprehensive, multi-part enhancement and expansion of the
athletic facilities. The project was constructed while keeping the building and
campus fully operational and in a safe environment.
This two-acre urban infill site is
planned around a community green space, bringing high-end, modern, urban
dwellings to Downtown Oklahoma City. Each of the 42 units is constructed with
unique, owner-defined custom build-outs.
has worked with Bob Moore Auto Group and Hurst Holdings since 2005. With
multiple dealerships and locations, the team has successfully created a level
of continuity and comfort in each new facility.
This project involves
a comprehensive enhancement of this 40-year old Downtown urban plaza. Improvements
include waterproofing and numerous site improvements, as well as a restoration
of the adjacent parking structure.
Designed as the epicenter for
Oklahoma City’s Bricktown Development, the fountain brings all of the area activities
to this unique focal point. The carillon and bell tower have also become a
familiar and welcome feature of the area.
bed facility on 28.92 acres is comprised of three housing ‘pods’ with a mixture
of classifications, as well as a full complement of support services and a
state-of-the-art security electronics system.
Epworth Villa is a community for
active, mature adults offering a wide range of convenient services and
amenities. Timberlake acted as general contractor for seven duplexes and
fourteen units of independent cottage-style residences.
This 35,000 square foot facility is a comprehensive training
and research organization for students, professionals, and first responders in
all aspects of evidence collection, preservation, analysis, reporting and
1976 sanctuary was renovated to become a multi-function youth area. It includes
space for worship, gathering, fellowship, and games, along with an
inter-generational lounge to encourage adult-youth interaction.
John Glenn Elementary
provides an exciting, state of the art K-5 school. The two story facility has
over 100,000 square feet, with distinct grade-level divisions, providing
students with age appropriate settings for children of similar size and age,
while still allowing cross-grade student interaction.
Timberlake Construction was selected
as the Construction Manager for the new Jones High School that was lost to fire
in 2007. The new facility provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art high
school environment, rivaling any in the area.
This $30 million transformation of
Mustang High School consists of the renovation of all existing buildings and
construction of 107,000 square feet of new buildings that will provide a
facility that meets the needs of this growing community.
The stadium is undergoing a complete
renovation, increasing the seating capacity to 4,000+. Also included are a new
press box, restrooms, concessions, ticket booths, parking, and doubling the
size of the field house.
This project involves the relocation and/or demolition of
numerous utilities and retaining walls and excavation of thousands of cubic
yards of soil for a new tunnel, dock, and pedestrian access in the core of the
three-story, 47,500 square foot facility located near the Oklahoma Health
Center Campus features donor and administrative space, a 2,500 square foot
conference center, and 16,000 square feet of leasable space.
5,800 square foot dormitory provides housing for approximately 40 clients.
Other elements include a safe room, weight room, laundry and storage
facilities, office, and outdoor basketball and picnic areas.
This project involves renovation of
18,000 square feet on the OUHSC Campus for a concurrently maintainable Data
Center, including redundant mechanical and electrical feeds, to store critical
square feet, the facility is primarily comprised of computer warehouse space,
along with areas for offices and redundant power systems. The building envelope
incorporates numerous features to protect the critical informational assets
This new 67,450
square foot facility functions as both corporate headquarters and manufacturing
plant for this oil field equipment company. Features include high-bay assembly,
hyperbaric test chamber, paint and machine shop facilities, and laboratory
This 250-bed facility is a low- to maximum-security correctional facility
with a central master control location along with two satellite control locations.
It connects to the existing Juvenile Detention Center via a secure, completely
Timberlake has worked with St. Luke’s for several years focusing on
different renovations and additions. With marble walls and fountain, the
remembrance courtyard provides a peaceful place for contemplation.
134,000 square feet, this center consists of five retail anchor locations clad
in red brick and designed to blend with the University of Oklahoma campus
architecture. Timberlake was also involved in the interior finish-out for
several of the national retail tenants.
The Oklahoma Veterans Center is an existing facility in Sulphur. This project
consists of a phased demolition and reconstruction of the building, resulting
in approximately 84,000 square feet of new residential and office space.
approximately 77,000 square feet, West Field is home for approximately 1,200
Kindergarten through 5th Grade students. Amenities include a
full-size gym, a completely equipped kitchen, and six concrete-walled safe