Oklahoma City was founded during the Land Run of 1889 and grew to a population of over 10,000 within hours of becoming a city.
Oklahoma’s capital might be known for its rich cowboy culture and oil boom roots, but this metropolitan city of more than 1.3 million people offers culture, arts, sports and a diverse work force. The lively Bricktown area has re-energized the downtown nightlife, restaurant and arts scene. Flintco’s second location, the Oklahoma City office opened in 1984 delivering skyscrapers, sports stadiums — including the Chesapeake Arena, home of the Oklahoma City Thunder — university buildings, and the MAPS 3 Convention Center in downtown OKC awarded in 2018.
Key Oklahoma City Contacts
- Dave Kollmann, President, Central Region
- Kirk Mammen, Vice President, Area Manager
- Bobby Byrd, Director, Preconstruction
- Jolene Curry, Manager, Business Development
Flintco Oklahoma CityFlintco, LLC
2302 S. Prospect Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73129