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OKLAHOMA CITY—The Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) will have $7 million in 2008 lowincome housing tax credit (LIHTC) authority—the same it had it 2007, and $600,000 less than it had in 2006.
Tulsa, Oklahoma-based LED company OptoEngineering, a manufacturer of patented pre-designed, pre-assembled LED lighting arrays for the sign industry, has made a substantial donation to the Department of Industrial Engineering and Technology at the University of Texas A&M-Commerce. The donation, the...
Some projects take a few years to complete and others take decades; the latter was the case with the Oklahoma State Capitol Dome. The building was nearing completion just as the United States was entering World War I. Materials slated for the capitol were diverted to the war effort, and given the...
An artificial sky is taking shape at Oklahoma State University (OSU). Designed to simulate both clear and cloudy weather, the sky dome will assist OSU students, practicing architects, and others in the research of day-lighting systems.
Rand Elliott rethinks the office box in Oklahoma City.
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