The Business Accelerator Building designed by Frankfurt Short Bruza (FSB) for the Oklahoma Technology and Research Park has finished its final construction process and is scheduled to open its doors in March for tenants.
Of the 24,500 SF in the Business Accelerator Building, 18,500 SF is open, unfinished lease space; providing tenants the ability to adapt or mold the office space to fit their particular business needs. The large, high-bay lease areas are equipped with electrical power, compressed air, water and sewer connections are designed with individually controlled heating and cooling systems. The remaining 6,000 SF contains completed, ready-to-use offices, conference rooms and restrooms.
Philip G. McNayr, principal at FSB, says the Business Accelerator Building brings a green aspect to the research park as well.
“A great addition to the overall building is the environmental aspect of the building design,” McNayr said. “The building is designed with an energy efficient ground source heat pump system.”
The Business Accelerator Building is the first of many projects planned for the 160-acre research site set in Stillwater, OK, near the Meridian Technology Center. The overall site seeks to reach a completion of future projects totaling 1,000,000 SF. The research park site is equipped with redundant telecom technologies and offers access to the National Lambda Rail Data Network.