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Oklahoma’s top court will allow workers comp reform to stand — for now.
The Moore, Oklahome tornado of May 20, 2013 destroyed their house. Now, Jasper and Amanda Warden are rebuilding with concrete.
Two Oklahoma lawmakers are asking their state’s Supreme Court to overturn a new law that overhauls the state’s workers comp system.
“The coolest sports bar in America” was the client's request, and that's what architect Rand Elliott delivered.
ADA, OKLA.— The renovation of a 56-unit development here nearly came to a halt as the economy tanked, but Red-Wood Development was able to complete the work this year with the help of federal stimulus dollars.
Raymond James Tax Credit Funds announced it has recently partnered with the BOKF Community Development Fund, a Bank of Oklahoma subsidiary focused on economic development and affordable housing, to provide $6.9 million in low-income housing tax credit (LI
THROUGHOUT THE RECESSION, Oklahoma City has received a tremendous amount of national attention as a result of its relatively stable economy. And that attention is welldeserved.
Here's the good news: Deals are moving again. Developers in South Central states are closing the financing and starting construction on scores of stalled affordable housing projects throughout the region.
Outstanding Achievement, Whole Building | Entrant: Elliott + Associates Architects
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