This undertaking centered on the revitalization of the historic Altus Municipal Complex, renovating an aging structure that has stood for over a century. The new complex now accommodates city administrative offices, the police station, the municipal court, and the City Council chambers, effectively bringing together 96 employees under one single roof. This architectural initiative was a key component of the Making Altus Progressive (MAPS) plan, formulated by municipal leaders, and its realization was made possible through the endorsement of voters and financing from a three-quarters-of-a-cent sales tax.
Positioned on Main Street, the Altus Municipal Complex spans 43,000 square feet, serving as a noteworthy and consolidated hub for municipal services. The creation of this iconic landmark aligns with the city's vision. The structure was meticulously designed and constructed to encompass both intelligent features and environmentally conscious elements, employing state-of-the-art computerized systems and energy-saving technologies.