7200 W. Carnahan St.
General contractor: Q & Co. LLC
Size: 250,000 square feet
Estimated cost: $14.1 million
Estimated completion: July
Project description: Convoy of Hope’s new distribution center is intended to expand the nonprofit’s worldwide humanitarian relief efforts. The building’s precast concrete and steel frame is designed with decorative metal wall panels and aluminum and glass features, project officials say. The first building phase will bring 50-75 employees on-site, while providing designated volunteer workspaces. Design officials say the building includes 20 shipping and receiving docks and two additional docks for the disaster services center. Buxton Kubik Dodd Design Collective is the project architect, with engineering work by Lee Engineering and Associates LLC, civil; Miller Engineering PC, structural; and Alaback Design (Tulsa, Oklahoma), landscape.
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