U.S. Attorney’s Office

Federal Case Study
The General Services Administration awarded McCownGordon’s developer-led team the Department of Justice U.S. Attorney’s office serving the eastern district of Oklahoma. Design was implemented to provide a quality working environment for users while incorporating the ecological diversity of Oklahoma and its rich Native American tribe history.

Client

US Federal Properties Co.

Processes

Public-Private Partnership
Safety
Preconstruction
Collaborative Delivery
Building Information Modeling

City

Muskogee, OK

Recognitions

LEED Gold

Design Build Institute of America - Mid America Region Honor Award

The building’s exterior columns are reminiscent of those at the entry of the Federal Courthouse and reinforce the federal character of the facility while remaining current.

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The multi-story office houses a parking garage on the first floor and office and meeting space on the remaining floors. The project, certified LEED Gold, features energy efficient water, electrical and mechanical systems and integration of indoor air quality, environmentally friendly materials, storm water quantity/quality and construction recycling.

The team focused on open discussion and partnership integration to keep the project running smoothly. The team provided cost-saving solutions in the preconstruction phase, which ultimately delivered more value for the U.S. government.