Oklahoma State University Constructs Health Science Academic Building

Published 9-2-2020
  • Oklahoma State University - North Academic Building
  • Oklahoma State University - North Academic Building
  • Oklahoma State University - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
  • Oklahoma State University - North Academic Building

    Courtesy of Dewberry.

  • Oklahoma State University - North Academic Building

    Courtesy of Dewberry.

  • Oklahoma State University - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

    Courtesy of Dewberry.

Oklahoma State University is constructing the $50 million North Academic Building in Tulsa. Designed by Dewberry, the collaborative health sciences facility will provide classrooms, labs, conference rooms, study areas, and administrative offices. The structure will also house dedicated anatomy and neuro-anatomy labs, the Center for Rural Health, the Center for Health Systems Innovation, and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, which will include a sophisticated autopsy lab designed for optimal safety, workflow efficiency, and evidence preservation. The North Academic Building represents the first phase of OSU's master plan to collocate key services on its downtown campus. Flintco began construction on the project in July of 2020 and completion is expected in fall of 2022.

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Dewberry
Architect
Flintco
General Contractor