FSB transforms a worn Capitol complex building into a showcase regional headquarters.
When the Chickasaw Nation purchased an abandoned government building near the Oklahoma State Capitol, they turned to the experts at FSB to transform it into a beautiful facility that would appropriately represent the tribe by serving as its regional headquarters in Oklahoma City.
The building has since been transformed into one of the largest of eight Chickasaw Nation area offices, which provides tribal members in heavily populated areas with more convenient access to available services.
Along with a remodeled new exterior, the inside of the four-story structure was completely stripped down and redesigned. Completed, the new face of the Chickasaw Nation contains a regional office for its governor, along with an executive board room, overnight suite, government relations offices, conference rooms and administrative spaces to accommodate its family youth services, social services and communications departments.