Setting the standard

for engineering excellence


Scroll down to view some of the unique and special projects that PSA has designed.

Bricktown Ballpark


Triple-A ballpark home to the Oklahoma City Dodgers and the Big 12 Baseball Tournament

Civic Center Music Hall


Gallagher Iba Arena

Hilton Skirvin


Design to redevelop the Skirvin into a 238 room full-service Hilton Hotel

Integris Baptist Health Center


This facility of over 300,000 sq.ft. in size has been located at the intersection of NW Highway and N. Independence in Oklahoma City since 1964. In the early 90s, the administration undertook a bold new renovation and updating of almost the entire facility. Over the next 15 years, PSA provided MEP Design and Construction Administration service for almost every project and every floor exept for a small area on the first floor level. The revisions also included extensive HVAC, Plumbing, and Electrical revisions and all was accomplished without any unplanned outages as healthcare continued to be provided in the facility 24/7. Major additions included a new Outpatient Laboratory at the SE side of the facility, Womens Center and Surgery Additions on the north side, the addition of a new ten story medical office building at the SW part of the site and a new parking garage on the west side of the site. A separate new NE Electrical Vault was added to provide a new electrical source of ver high quality power through an extensive arrangement of new and relocated emergency generators and static switches.

Lyric Plaza Theatre Renovation


Lyric’s beautiful plaza theatre renovation revitalizes the plaza district.

National Cowboy Museum

Heritage Museum

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum allows visitors to experience the west through art artifacts.

Oklahoma Judical Center

Judicial Center

The new award winning project includes 56,000 sq.ft. of space to be renovated and an addition of 89,000 sq.ft. of new space on the 20-acre Capitol Park site. The restoration will retain orignal finishes and architectural elements and match the material and detail of the original in the new work while the exterior design seeks to find an acceptable relationship between the historical and the new. The Oklahoma Judicial Center will become the new home for the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals that are currently housed in the State Capitol Building. The project earned a citation for excellence from the National Center for State Courts.