On the heels of completing the Devon Records Storage Facility, FSB finishes the new Devon Data Center in January 2010.
UCO’s Center for Transformative Learning is under construction with FSB completing their second project for the University.
FSB completes the new Business Building and McMahon Centennial Complex for Cameron University in Lawton, OK.
Philip McNayr and Rick Johnson are both named Executive Vice President and Gary James, President.
A daylong celebration marked the reopening of the renovated Myriad Botanical Gardens.
FSB is selected for the DEA’s $20 million expansion project to the El Paso Intelligence Center.
FSB finishes construction of the Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center at Buckley AFB , CO.
The Chickasaw Nation selects FSB to transform a worn Capitol Complex building into their Oklahoma City Regional Headquarters.
Cameron University commissions FSB to design a master plan for both the Lawton and Duncan campus locations. The plan will analyze future campus needs and outline actions for advancing the academic environment and enhancing student campus life.
Airbus made history with its decision to create an A320 family Final Assembly Line Complex in Mobile, Alabama, which became the company’s first U.S.-based production facility. A ceremony in April 2013 marked the beginning of construction for the $600 million plant, with aircraft assembly scheduled to begin in 2015 and the first delivery targeted for 2016.
FSB with HOK is selected to design the new terminal expansion at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
ASTEC Charter School selects FSB to provide full A/E services as well as construction administration for the new ASTEC Middle and High School in Oklahoma City, OK.
The first MV-22 Hangar Facility on the west coast in Miramar, California is designed by FSB.
FSB has worked closely with the Choctaw Nation to develop a master plan which consolidates services into a 500,000 SF location to provide more convenient access, operational efficiencies and opportunities for growth.
Vision 2020 takes place and FSB names three new market principals. Jason Holuby will lead the Native American market, Gene Brown will oversee FSB’s Federal market and John Osborne the Corporate market.
FSB together with Manhattan Construction is selected for the 400,000 SF, $160 million, once-in-a-lifetime interior restoration of the Oklahoma State Capitol Building.
Chickasaw Nation’s Carl Albert Services Center construction completes.
FSB is selected to design the new OSU Undergraduate (CEAT) Laboratory in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
FSB is selected by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to create a master plan for all tribal-owned properties in and around Okmulgee, OK, including the main tribal complex, an industrial site, a former country clubhouse and the tribe’s Omniplex and Agriplex.
FSB is named a Metro 50 award winner by the OKC Chamber of Commerce as one of the city’s fastest growing companies. The firm is also named to Inc. magazine’s prestigious Inc. 5000 list.
New Civic Market Principal John Semtner returns home to FSB.
Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority selects FSB with Rose Rock Development Partners to develop the largest of four housing projects proposed to be built next to the future Omni Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City, OK.