Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association opens new headquarters in OKC
BY JAY F. MARKS NewsOK.com
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
1/29/13 at 6:45 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association's new home is built with stones meant to evoke the ones that produce oil and natural gas.
Some look like limestone, sandstone or shale. There are even black vertical lines near the front entrance to the building that mimic a well bore.
"We've included those both inside and out," OIPA President Mike Terry said.
The three-story building at 500 N.E. Fourth St. features views of the state Capitol and downtown Oklahoma City. Terry said it was designed to limit the noise from nearby Interstate 235 and North Lincoln Boulevard.
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Original Print Headline: Petroleum group opens new OKC offices
The Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association's new $5.1 million headquarters in Oklahoma City is a 23,000-square-foot building designed by Davis Design Group and built by Landmark Construction. DAVID MCDANIEL / The Oklahoman