Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


100,000 sf

Project Features
  • Large graphic wall-covering
  • Regional design elements
  • 4-story tilt-wall
Kirksey provided LINN with a new regional base of operations in Oklahoma City for their work in petroleum, natural gas/liquids exploration and production.  The project provided a more agile environment to increase efficiency as their previous space was outdated and disconnected.

Located in a new 4-story tilt-wall building in the northern portion of Oklahoma City, the 100,000 SF interior construction project incorporated simple materials used in unconventional ways — a way to relate to the local employee who spent a majority of time in the field. Exposing the building’s infrastructural elements, the project’s use of basic materials including plywood and concrete helped tie the project and the employee together. Honoring and incorporating the history of Oklahoma City, the design features a large graphic wall-covering of the city circa 1920, and an abstract map is located on the wall in the first floor lobby.
Brian Malarkey, FAIA, LEED AP 713 426 7473
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Brian began his career at Kirksey in 1991 and founded the EcoServices department, establishing the firm's regional leadership in sustainable design. Now leading the Interior Architecture department, his unique expertise in workplace trends, branding, and change management has positioned Kirksey as a leader in corporate office design.