1990s FSB partners with United Airlines assisting with site selection and programming for what ultimately becomes a $580 million aircraft maintenance center. Operations continue to expand with the opening of the firm’s Fort Worth office. Hangar 6 is completed for American Airlines adding 185,000 square feet of aircraft maintenance space at Tulsa International Airport. Work is completed on Festival Place which becomes a focal point for community events in downtown Oklahoma City. FSB continues to expand their laboratory portfolio with the completion of Sandia National Laboratory’s Explosive Components Facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Oklahoma City Mayor Ron Norick turns to FSB to create an OKC master plan – beginning of MAPS. American Airline’s Hangars 3 & 4 are completed at DFW International Airport giving American nearly 400,000 square feet additional maintenance space. Work is completed on OSU’s Noble Research Center and FSB receives an AIA Honor Award for the $40 million project. The $80 million Aircraft Support Facilities are finished for United Airlines at Denver International Airport. The first B737 hangar is completed in record time for United Airlines at their Indianapolis Maintenance Center. FSB completes for Federal Express their first hangar in Alaska. Two other hangars for FedEx are also completed at Memphis International Airport. The award-winning Registry Building for the FAA is finished by the firm and is published nationally. OSU’s Conference Center is completed at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, as are multiple projects for Stillwater Medical Center. The 38,000 square foot Dillard Office Building is constructed for $3.8 million in Norman. FSB completes renovation of The Oklahoman Building, a downtown historical landmark, into offices for the YMCA – named Best Historic Rehabilitation in the State. FSB’s award-winning Advanced Technology Research Center is opened to rave reviews at Oklahoma State University. FSB wins the USAF’s top design award for their KC-10 Maintenance Hangar Complex at McGuire AFB, New Jersey. FSB performs a feasibility study to determine the viability of constructing a State Capitol dome. Work is completed on FSB’s largest project, the Indianapolis Maintenance Center for United Airlines. FSB continues their work around the country for Hertz Corporation with design of a 90,000 square foot Reservations Center in Saraland, Alabama. Devon Energy’s/YMCA downtown Fitness Center is completed receiving the YMCA’s national “Excellence in Facilities” design award.