Freese and Nichols Moves to Larger OKC Office, Growing Local Presence

Freese and Nichols is expanding its presence in the Oklahoma City area. To accommodate our growing team, our office has moved to a larger space at CrossRock Place, just north of the Kilpatrick Turnpike at Highway 74. This growth comes after just five years of having a permanent office in Oklahoma City.

The new Freese and Nichols office is located in CrossRock Place.

Our new address is:
3600 NW 138th St., Suite 202
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134

As we broaden our services, our team of Oklahomans is excited to continue serving communities statewide — the same communities we call home. At least half our staff members were raised or educated in Oklahoma, so we understand what makes it special, and we want to contribute to its prosperity. We regularly hire Oklahoma-based firms as subconsultants and partner with local universities to help prepare future engineers.

Our teams have handled a range of work across Oklahoma, with recent examples including:

  • Repairs and improvements to the dam and spillway at Lake Atoka, a primary water supply source for the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
  • Program management services and transmission line design for the City of Enid’s Kaw Lake Water Supply Program
  • Various design, construction management and environmental projects with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, including design of a multi-lane roundabout at US 81 and SH 66 in El Reno
  • Construction management for the Driving Forward Program and several other projects for the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
  • A master plan for the City of Edmond with strategies to transform their downtown into a successful, walkable destination
  • Bridge replacement on Leona Mitchell Boulevard in Enid
  • Repairs to the Lake Ponca Spillway for the Ponca City Utility Authority
  • Extension of James Garner Avenue in Norman
  • Phase 2 of the SCIP Recreational Trail in Midwest City

 

Freese and Nichols has invested in meeting Oklahoma’s needs throughout our long history. In the 1920s, our founder, Maj. James Hawley, designed highways in the Durant area and supervised the rebuilding of Oklahoma City’s waterworks system after a devastating flood. Today, we plan, design and manage infrastructure projects from two dozen offices across the southern United States, and we are the first engineering/architecture firm to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

Our Tampa office is closed this week due to Hurricane Ian.