Location

Odessa, Texas / Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Size

60,300 sf

Project Features
  • Office space
  • Fabrication building
  • Break rooms
  • Training rooms
  • Tornado safe room
  • Dispatch facility
  • Locker rooms
  • Living quarters
Kirksey was commissioned by Frank’s International to design a new development in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Alvin, Texas and Odessa, Texas for this growing oil field service supplier. The project includes approximately 11,500-sf of office space, a 48,750-sf fabrication building, and a 14,000-sf detached mechanic/repair structure. The proposed facility included (3) 10-ton bridge cranes, (1) 15-ton bridge crane (50’-75’ spans with 26’ hook heights), (7) jib cranes and (2) paint booths (all fully accessible by the overhead bridge cranes). Other amenities include: break rooms, training room, tornado safe room (OKC location), living quarters (Odessa site), shower/locker rooms and dispatch facility. The buildings were designed to provide a “Curb Appeal” that brands the Frank’s International corporate image within highly visible industrial districts.
Brian Richard, AIA 713 426 7497
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Since joining Kirksey in 2003, Brian has designed more than 2.5 million square feet of lab space and planned over 100 megawatts of mission critical space. His founding of Kirksey’s Science & Technology Team provides a fresh perspective to the ever evolving energy, oil and gas, and industrial markets in and around Houston. In addition, his team serves as a resource for our region’s institutions of higher learning.