Summer 2019
Upcoming Events

Renaissance Architects will be presenting a special breakout session at the OSSBA 2019 Conference on Saturday August 24th at 3:15 p.m. titled "Focus on Hardening Schools: Reducing the Risk of Intrusion".

Master Planning
Understanding the significant impact a well-planned community can have on its residents, RA’s urban design & planning team works closely with clients to seek strategic, realistic solutions that will help to enhance a community's quality of life.

Our firm strives to encourage and facilitate community involvement throughout the entire planning process and value their role in helping people connect with their communities.

View our aerial video of our design work on the Deer Creek Public Schools
Master Plan 2003 - 2014.
Completed Projects
Lindsay Public Schools
Completion: May 2018
Joe D. Hall General Contractors

Lindsay Public Schools opened the doors to their new Leopard Arena in May 2018.
The Gymnasium features arena style seating (1,286 seats) with all the amenities, including a new bandroom that doubles as a saferoom.
The new Burford Field Stadium sports new concessions, bleachers, pressbox, lights, and an upgraded track.
The new Fieldhouse includes football locker rooms, weight room and a coaches office.
The Elementary School increased in size with a new addition that serves as a classroom and safe room.
Metro Tech
Business Conference Center
Cafe and Kitchen
Completion: Spring 2019
Smith & Pickel Construction

The newly renovated dining and kitchen areas located in the Metro Tech Business Conference Center on the Springlake Campus includes a new pizzeria, student/facility vending area, and cafe with capacity of 55 seats.
The updated interior is a blend of rustic and modern design featuring new flooring, lighting, ceilings, and custom artwork.
Major County Expo Center
Completion: Spring 2019
Joe D. Hall General Contractors
The approx. 40,000 SF Major County Exposition Center was completed in March 2019. The new multipurpose facility will host the Major County Fair as well as live stock shows, sporting contests, workshops, and other community events including trade shows and concerts.
Projects Under Construction
McLoud Public Schools
New Intermediate School
Joe D. Hall General Contractors
McLoud's new approx. 48,000 SF Intermediate School will feature 23 classrooms; 5 classrooms which serve as safe rooms, a full-size competition gym large enough to hold the entire student body, cafeteria/kitchen, media center, and administrative suite.
Oklahoma District Council of the Assemblies of God
Sparks Camp / New Additions
Joe D. Hall General Contractors

The Oklahoma District Council of The Assemblies of God have embarked on a journey to improve their facilities at Sparks Camp to better serve their community. The new approx. 26,600 SF facility will include a multipurpose storm shelter aptly named the " Solid Rock." It will also serve as a full size gymnasium (1,000 people capacity).
Attached to the "Solid Rock" will be administrative offices, a first-aid station, a meeting room (150 people), and counselors quarters.
In addition, there will be a splash pad with an enjoyable water feature and picnic areas that can also be used as a central meeting place for students and coaches.
Canadian County
Children's Justice Center
New Additions
Pillar Construction

The Canadian County Children's Justice Center expansion project involves the construction of two safe rooms at the current facility.
One shelter will be used as a safe room. The other shelter will serve as a safe room as well as a conference room for employees and visitors of the center.
Additional add-on's include improved security, more courtroom space and the addition of several offices.
Millwood Public Schools
New Additions & Renovations
Smith & Pickel Construction
Millwood Public Schools 2018 bond is being used for new additions and renovations campus-wide.
The new approx. 20,000 SF Multipurpose Sports Complex will feature an indoor practice facility, football/softball locker rooms, public restrooms, coaches office, weight room, training room, film room, laundry space, and spirit store.
The Football Field and Stadium will include ADA improvements around the stadium, renovations of the existing football locker rooms, new sidewalks, additional parking lots, and upgrades to the current playing surface.
Renovations to the existing facilities will include new doors, windows, flooring, HVAC, and new fascia.
Upcoming Projects
Lomega Public Schools
New High School
Joe D. Hall General Contractors

The new approx. 33,000 SF High School will include 13 classrooms, two that will also double as tornado-safe rooms that meet FEMA standards, a secured main entry vestibule, a stage area near the dining room, a dining space that will double as assembly seating for stage viewing, a backstage area that will double as classroom space, STEM and science lab with outdoor learning space, special needs classroom and other offices, restrooms and storage areas.
The gym in the elementary school in Loyal will be renovated to include new boys and girls locker rooms constructed to meet current code. The existing wood bleachers will be removed and replaced with new fixed chair-back seating. The other existing locker rooms will be converted into storage underneath the bleachers.
Fargo-Gage Public Schools
New Event Center
Joe D. Hall General Contractors

Fargo - Gage Public Schools District successfully passed their bond to build a new approx. 15,500 SF Event Center that will feature a shared lobby cafeteria with a kitchen.
The new auditorium will hold approximately 600 seats, changing rooms, restrooms, and ample backstage space. It is also handicapped accessible for both students and visitors and includes a lift to get onto the stage.
The 3,500 SF lobby will be used daily to safely serve the students and staff with a more efficient and accommodating time schedule.
The Event Center will be used for community events and Off-Broadway shows.
Metro Technology Centers
Springlake and S. Bryant Campus
New Buildings and Renovations
Smith and Pickel Construction

Metro Technology Centers successfully passed a bond for their 2019 Student Community Investment Plan. The bond issue will provide investments and upgrades to both the Springlake and S. Bryant Campuses.
The Springlake Campus will include a new facility for Sports Medicine and Physical and Occupational Therapy programs. In addition, there will be a new Lab/Maker space in the STEM building.
A new Aerospace building will be located at the South Bryant campus as well as building remodels and upgrades that will enhance the learning and experience of students in their Public Safety Program, Cosmetology, Adult and Career Development, Electrical Trades, Construction Trades, Plumbing and Welding programs.
Metro Tech has proudly trained community members for 40 years. Their student employment placement rate is 94 percent. With the passage of this bond, Metro Technology Centers is well positioned to continue this success for the next 40 years.
Connect With Us
Socrates Lazaridis, President / Principal Architect
Mike Hyatt, Director of Educational Development